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Yard Butler WST-1 Tree Watering Tool

Our Tree Watering Tool delivers water directly to the root zone of trees and shrubs. Saves water by eliminating wasteful runoff or evaporation. Encourages deep root growth. Easily attaches to a water-soluble hose end sprayer for use as a root feeder. Drills its own holes, avoiding digging. Leaves beneficial aeration holes. Dozens of additional uses as a water blaster. Yard Butler guarantees all Yard Butler tools for life against any defects in manufacturing or materials.

Product Features

  • Delivers water directly to the root zone of trees and shrubs
  • Saves water by eliminating wasteful runoff or evaporation
  • Encourages deep root growth
  • Easily attaches to a water-soluble hose end sprayer for use as a root feeder
  • Lifetime warranty

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2 Comments

  1. Shreveportww says:

    Great tree saver! I purchased this to deep water our trees that were newly planted in the spring. The TX drought was taking a toll on them and the ground was so hard and had deep cracks throughout that when watered the water ran off of where it truly needed to be. With the deep root irrigator I am now able to cut my watering time in half. I can do a deep water and have it get right to the root system. My trees perked up almost instantly. Others stated there should be a turnoff on the item, I went to Lowes and purchased a .97 cent turnoff and it works great! This item definetely saves time and water since it doesn’t runoff and gets to where it needs to be!

  2. TobyGP says:

    Yard butler, not as I had hoped I had previously used a root irrigator that had holes on the sides of the rod and wasn’t able to tell how this was designed before the purchase. Unfortunately, it only has one hole it and is at the end and points downward. The downfall is, when you’re pushing the yard butler into the ground, it becomes clogged with dirt and isn’t functional until you pull it back out and clean it out. I solved the problem by drilling holes in the side of it to irrigate trees without the hassle of having to unclog it over-and-over. It serves it’s purpose with some additional work, would recommend buying one with holes in the side, not the bottom.

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