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Thursday, March 4th 2004, 12:35pm


Yes. Nozzle correctly as wettech said. If you have improper nozzle usage one head will take more water than the other causing the rotor to perform unsufficiently.

Monday, March 1st 2004, 10:13am

by mrwettech

In my opinion it is acceptable. Just nozzle heads accordingly.

Sunday, February 29th 2004, 6:35am

by bdp

PGP & PGM's on the same zone

Is it acceptable to use hunter PGP's and PGM's on the same zone?? I have an irregular shaped yard and therefore would like to minimize the number of zones by using these two types of heads on the same zone.

Thanks, BDP