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Tomato Ooze Tube Watering System

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WGOTOM7
Price: $12.99
Regular Price: $29.99


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Want to know 5 reasons you should buy the Tomato Ooze Tube Watering System?

1. Keeps plants watered for up to 2 weeks between refills.

2. Great for people that love homegrown tomatoes but, are too busy to “tend the garden”.

3. Increases crop production – Up to 4 times more vegetables per plant when used with fertilizer.

4. Very effective on most other garden vegetables; squash, etc.

5. Reusable for up to 4 seasons.

The "Ooze Tube for Tomatoes" came about directly as a result of the manufacturer's development of tree watering technology. The Chief Engineer was on the road too much to take care of his own personal tomato crop.

Tomato Watering System Kit Contents:

1. Ooze Tube, 9 feet long, with the capacity to hold approximately 40 gallons of water.

2. Two wooden stakes, suitable for securing both ends of the Ooze Tube.

3. 4 Drip Emitters.

4. 1 starter punch (a nail)

5. 12 feet of quarter inch Drip Tubing.

The Tomato Ooze tube can be used for a variety of plants and vegetables. Not just tomatoes! Use it on Zucchini, squash, eggplant, peppers, lettuce, cucumbers, pumpkins, corn, beans, or just about any other vegetable you can think of.
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Product Reviews

Average rating is 5
5.0
Good way to start drip irrigation in the yard. I have my tomatoes in pots -- four of them. So, I rigged up a platform from cinder blocks and cedar boards (8 ft long and it has to have lips on the sides over 6 in high, otherwise the bag would slide over the side ) -- to elevate the bag above the soil level in the pots. I fed the tubes through the opening in the platform and placed the end on the soil (I am also using a watering stake in one of the pots -- just for fun). The pots must have drainage -- no saucers under them. Now, I just fill the bag about once a week. You should not let the bag completely run out of water because the pointy ends of the drippers on the bottom can puncture the top of the bag as it slowly descends on the drippers. I do not need to worry about over- or under-watering (unless your soil is pure compost or sand). I also do not need to worry about leaving the plants with wet foliage into the night -- say, if I could not water until the evening. To prevent water in the tube from heating under the searing Texas sun, which would depress the plants -- I covered the bag with a radiant barrier (an aluminium foil would do as well). As an added bonus, this protects the bag from the destructive UV radiation so, I expect the bag to last more than two years.The drippers that come with the order give plenty of water even when tightly screwed -- so, it may be a bit wasteful but not harmful to the plants with proper drainage. So, now I can go on a week-long vacation in the middle of August (the driest month in Texas) and not worry about my tomatoes.
By:  Mike
Dallas, TX0.3
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Product Reviews

Average rating is 5
5.0
Good way to start drip irrigation in the yard. I have my tomatoes in pots -- four of them. So, I rigged up a platform from cinder blocks and cedar boards (8 ft long and it has to have lips on the sides over 6 in high, otherwise the bag would slide over the side ) -- to elevate the bag above the soil level in the pots. I fed the tubes through the opening in the platform and placed the end on the soil (I am also using a watering stake in one of the pots -- just for fun). The pots must have drainage -- no saucers under them. Now, I just fill the bag about once a week. You should not let the bag completely run out of water because the pointy ends of the drippers on the bottom can puncture the top of the bag as it slowly descends on the drippers. I do not need to worry about over- or under-watering (unless your soil is pure compost or sand). I also do not need to worry about leaving the plants with wet foliage into the night -- say, if I could not water until the evening. To prevent water in the tube from heating under the searing Texas sun, which would depress the plants -- I covered the bag with a radiant barrier (an aluminium foil would do as well). As an added bonus, this protects the bag from the destructive UV radiation so, I expect the bag to last more than two years.The drippers that come with the order give plenty of water even when tightly screwed -- so, it may be a bit wasteful but not harmful to the plants with proper drainage. So, now I can go on a week-long vacation in the middle of August (the driest month in Texas) and not worry about my tomatoes.
By:  Mike
Dallas, TX0.3