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Waterjet stinger: a tool for planting dormant nonrooted cuttings

Abstract:

Using high-pressure water forced through specially-designed stainless steel nozzles, we can quickly, easily, and efficiently bore holes for planting dormant, nonrooted cuttings in riparian zones. We provide technical information for constructing and using the Waterjet Stinger. Building the unit takes less than a day and costs around US $1200.

Issue & Pages:

Fall 2001 Pages: 84-89

Article Download:

2-2NPJ84-89.pdf (PDF document)

Authors:

  • J Chris Hoag
  • Boyd Simonson
  • Brent Cornforth
  • Loren St John

Keywords:

hydrodrill, riparian, planting, pressure pump

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