FAQs



What is a Treegator Junior Pro made from?
A Treegator Junior Pro is made of brown, UV-stabilized PVC that is heat sealed together on all sides.
How long does it take for a Treegator Junior Pro to empty?
The time it takes for a Treegator Junior Pro to empty is approximately 5 to 8 hours. This may vary slightly depending on weather conditions, soil and tree types, etc.
Can I adjust the drip time on a Treegator Junior Pro?
The water release rates cannot be adjusted on a Treegator Junior Pro Treegator Slow Release Watering Bags are designed to provide deep water saturation in the least amount of time with no run-off or evaporation.
Where are the emitter valves located on a Treegator Junior Pro?
On a Treegator Junior Pro the emitter valves are located on the underside of the bag. Just turn over an empty Treegator Junior Pro(red fill valve face down) to find them.
What is the maximum size (diameter) tree trunk that a Treegator Junior Pro will fit around?
The maximum size tree trunk that a Treegator Junior Pro will fit around is 12 cm (5 inch) in diameter (caliper). Using a Treegator Junior Pro on a tree or shrub larger than 12 cm (5 inch) in caliper may damage the product or water insufficiently.
Will a Treegator Junior Pro degrade over time due to exposure to UV rays?
A Treegator Junior Pro is made of tough UV-stabilized PVC plastic, and is guaranteed not to break down or degrade due to UV exposure for 1 year from the date of purchase.
About how long will it take for me to install and fill a Treegator Junior Pro?
It takes approximately 2 to 5 minutes to install and fill a Treegator Junior Pro.
Is there a minimum size (diameter) tree that I can use a Treegator Junior Pro on?
There is no minimum trunk size that is recommended in order to use a Treegator Junior Pro It can be used on saplings or trees / shrubs up to 15 cm (6 inch) trunk diameter (caliper).
If an empty Treegator Junior Pro is left on a tree for an extended period of time, will it harm the tree?

Treegator is not designed to be a permanent installation - it's portability is one of the features that make it unique; However, if a Treegator Junior Pro is left on a tree for an extended period of time, it should not harm the tree.

To ensure that available rainfall amounts reach the root zone of your new planting(s), we recommend that you remove a Treegator Junior Pro when it is empty and not in use.