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Tuesday, April 9th 2013, 10:26pm

by Wet_Boots

Down the center is no good. You use half-circle heads along the curb, on both edges of the strip.

Tuesday, April 9th 2013, 3:53pm

by Buster10 (Guest)

Yep, that is what I did.

Tuesday, April 9th 2013, 7:39am

by Wet_Boots

Are you saying you installed a line of full-circle heads down the middle of the strip?

Monday, April 8th 2013, 10:01pm

by Buster10 (Guest)

Suggestions for 10' x 150' strip of grass

Our neighborhood entrance has one lane entering and one exiting that gives us a ten foot wide by 130 long strip of grass surrounded by asphalt. We installed hunter sprays every 12 feet and used 6 foot spray heads to keep from watering the street. Obvious mistake we have dry areas between the heads. I also notice the sprays do not give very even coverage.

Any suggestions in a spray head to purchase to give more even coverage of entire strip of grass? It is ok if we spray onto asphalt. Would MP rotators work better. They are expensive but if best choice we will purchase. Thanks.