Albuquerque Journal (Albuquerque, NM)

Irrigation bag releases its water slowly.(Business Outlook)

Byline: Emily Van Cleve For the Journal

SANTA FE -- Victoria Carey first learned about Treegators drip irrigation bags in the mid-1990s when she was living in Atlanta and operating her own landscaping company.

Landscapers throughout the area were replacing dying 800-year-old oak trees located in highway medians with young trees and needed an easy and efficient way to water the saplings. When Carey moved to Santa Fe last fall, she was surprised to find that no one was using Treegator bags.

"I immediately got in touch with Rob Taylor, the director of sales, marketing and customer service at Spectrum Products, which is the company that makes the bags," she explains. …

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