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Ross Root Feeder Heavy Duty Model
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- Delivers fertilizer nutrients and water directly to the root zone.
- Great for watering during droughts
- Stops pollution from fertilizer run-off
- Encourages deep root develop for tree and shrub stability.
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When this product worked for me it worked VERY well. It put fertilizer right where I needed it and this year my wife's roses look great.
The weakest part of this unit is where the garden hose connects. I am a stickler for making sure the connections are not cross threaded and I had this one on tight when all at once the hose just popped out of the connector. I put it back on making sure that it was tight but not overtightened. Again the hose popped out. When I attempted to reattach the hose the third time the connector would not accept the hose fittings. It cannot be used at all now.
I think part of what caused my problem was me carrying the unit around with the garden hose attached. Be sure and disconnect the hose after use.
If I were to purchase another I will attach a garden hose shut-off valve on it. That way I will not ruin the threads on the unit by constantly attaching and removing a garden hose from the unit itself I would be attaching it to the shut off valve instead.
If you are tempted to carry the unit around anyway with a garden hose attached I might have a solution for that too. I'd attach shut-off valve to the unit and reinforce it with duct tape. Maybe even wrap the tape around a couple of wooden dowels. It certainly will not look pretty but if it saves the unit from breaking it might be worth trying.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This will allow you to get water and nutrients right to the roots. This thing is great.Published 10 days ago by J. Dieken
I bought the Ross Root Feeder for the backyard oak tree, but it has worked out so well that I plan to expand its use next year.Published 2 months ago by Anthony S. Brezovski
You gotta have one of these! My neighbor let me use his, and after using it, I went on-line and bought one! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Clinton D. Ritchie
I bought my Ross Deep Root feeder in1986 to water my trees & I'm still using it. It is well constructed using aluminum & cast metals. Read morePublished 3 months ago by BF
With our drought in California in the Bay Area, my Cypress trees were suffering. I cut back on the length of my showers so that I could water the trees down closer to the roots.Published 3 months ago by harriet schlader