Why More People Are Installing Deep Root Watering Systems
Have you struggling with your newly planted trees not surviving the summer?
Are you searching for a way to grow fuller trees and shrubs?
More and more everyday gardeners are installing aeration tubes for their gardens, trees, and shrubs. This article will help to shed light on what deep root watering systems are and why the everyday gardener is installing them.
What are Aeration Tubes?
A deep root watering system is also called an aeration tube. A direct to root watering system provides oxygen, water, and nutrients to the root zone. These systems can be installed along with trees, shrubs, and plants.
3 Reasons Why More People Are Installing Aeration Tubes
Now that we know what aeration tubes are, let’s find out why people are installing them. Back in 2012, the University of Arizona preformed a scientific study to find out if deep root watering system could help newly transplanted shrubs and trees. Here is what the study found.
- Deeper Root Growth
After only 3 months, trees with the aeration tubes or the deep root watering system had 48% deeper root growth.
- Greater Root Mass
Thirteen months after planting, the trees with the deep root watering system had 18% greater root mass.
- Greater Above Ground Growth
The study also proved that the trees that had the deep root watering system had more above ground growth.
More and more everyday gardeners are installing these deep root watering systems because they work. They help to encourage deeper root growth, greater root mass, and more above ground growth.
If you are searching for a way to grow bigger trees, shrubs, and plants, deep root watering systems will help. If you have struggled with your newly planted trees surviving the summer, deep root watering systems like aeration tubes are especially handy. During times of drought, you can simply pour water down the tube directly to the root zone.
Rootwell Product Inc’s Pro-318 aeration tubes for trees and Root Sticks for plants and shrubs are available for both homeowners and commercially. If you have any questions, please contact us.
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