Deep Root Irrigation Product and Installation

Here you will find all the benefits of the DRI system.

Products

DRI-18

DRI-18 is an 18 inch Deep Root Irrigation device used primarily for irrigating large shade trees.

DRI-12

DRI-12 is a 12 inch Deep Root Irrigation device used for irrigating vines and all tree crops.

DRI-6

DRI-6 is a 6 inch Deep Root Irrigation device used for bushes and potted trees.

DRI-3

The DRI-3 is a 3 inch long Deep Root Irrigation device used for potted plants and gardening.

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Installation

DRI-3 Installation

Poke a hole about 6-8 inches deep at about 4 inches away from the base of your plant. Insert the DRI-3 unit so the of the soaker is buried about 3 inches below the surface of the soil. Compact the dirt to fill the hole around the extending 1/4-inch tubing. Attach the tubing to a drip emitter with a ‘woodpecker’ nipple that has the appropriate flow rate for your plant and soil type.

DRI-6 Installation

Poke a hole about 10-12 inches deep at about 6 inches away from the base of your plant. Insert the DRI-6 unit so the of the soaker is buried about 3 inches below the surface of the soil. Compact the dirt to fill the hole around the extending 1/4-inch tubing. Attach the tubing to a drip emitter with a ‘woodpecker’ nipple that has the appropriate flow rate for your plant and soil type.

DRI-12 Installation

Poke a hole about 18 inches deep at about 8-10 inches away from the base of your plant. Insert the DRI-12 unit so the of the soaker is buried about 3 inches below the surface of the soil. Compact the dirt to fill the hole around the extending 1/4-inch tubing. Attach the tubing to a drip emitter with a ‘woodpecker’ nipple that has the appropriate flow rate for your plant and soil type.

Vines:
Insert DRI-12 at 45-degree angle.

Mature Trees
Insert DRI-12 unit halfway between the edge of the canopy and the base of the tree

DRI-18 Installation

Poke a hole about 22 inches deep at about 4-6 feet away from the base of your plant. Insert the DRI-18 unit so the of the soaker is buried about 3 inches below the surface of the soil. Compact the dirt to fill the hole around the extending 1/4-inch tubing. Attach the tubing to a drip emitter with a ‘woodpecker’ nipple that has the appropriate flow rate for your plant and soil type.

Dial-in and Monitoring

We use our dial-in process to determine how often and how much to irrigate, based on a number of environmental factors. The dial-in process is unique to each grower and is facilitated by a trained DRD field representative. The process takes into careful consideration the individual needs of the grower and their soil type, crop type and topography.

Deep Root Distribution provides ongoing support to growers to ensure the best possible results after DRI installation. If at any time, you have questions or concerns, we are always available to re-visit the dial-in process.

Our system gives you complete control and measurable results. We know the impact will astound you.

Interested in more information about how DRI can help your crop? Want to place a order?

Let us know what crop you’re growing and how many plants or acres you’d like to irrigate. We’ll have a rep reach out to you as soon as possible to complete the order process.

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DRI Products Manufactured in Angwin Ca.

U.S. Patent No. 8,381,437 and Other Patents Pending