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ufalco

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Thursday, July 24th 2003, 5:06am

garden set up

i'm planning to set up a garden i split the land so i have 4 quadrent of 10'x10'.i been told that a drip system would be the best for this application.i want to plant vegetable.i'm thinking instead of drip system to use hunter micro spray 5' radius 4 in each corner and 2 in the middle of the 20' span since the lot is 20'x10'.would this work.also i don't know if i should use 2" or 4" pop up.i'm leaning to the 2" since i think that would keep water close to the ground.



Edited by - ufalco on Jul 24 2003 10:10:05 AM

drpete3

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Thursday, July 24th 2003, 8:31am

One problem that I see is veges can grow tall and that may block the water from reaching the edge of your garden.

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Rays Sprinklers

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Sunday, July 27th 2003, 10:44am

What i do when i install in vegetable gardens are install the sprinklers on the ground as if it were a lawn, and then on the same line i run sprainkler heads attrached to risers above ground, that way you wont have a problem when the vegetables grow, another thing is that using drip, is that the vines from the vegetables make grow around it, and cause problems

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