In order to get your trees and shrubs properly hydrated, you'll need to get your Root Quencher down into the ground (up to 22 inches deep) and connect it to a water source. This could mean modifying your existing irrigation system or simply connecting a hose.
Once your Root Quencher is in the ground and connected, it's important to observe how quickly the chamber fills up and adjust the flow as needed. Based on that information – and other variables like plant type and location – you can set up a zone or timer for automated watering. If you connect to an existing irrigation system, your watering may need to be adjusted.
At the end of the day, every yard is different, so please refer to the owner's manual when installing your Root Quencher and contact a pro if you need a hand.