DeepDrip by Green King

May 26, 2010
This product waters, aerates, and fertilizes directly at the root zone of a tree

Deep Drip Tree Watering Stakes water, aerate, and fertilize directly at the root zone of a tree. A hollow spike (lined with holes) inserted into the ground as an avenue for water, fertilizer, and oxygen, Deep Drip is an efficient way to ensure that water gets down to the roots. A durable, UV-protected cap allows for pounding into the ground with a sledge hammer; an internal filter keeps the rocks and dirt from entering the stake. 

Stakes come in three sizes: 14, 24, and 36 inches for various applications.

For more information, visit www.deepdrip.com

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