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Re: water drip kits


Thanks Tony - but that's beyond me. Besides, trying to dig in the
unamended clay in my yard is like trying to mine concrete. My back would
never make it...


---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Tony Veca <romans8@comcast.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Mon, 18 Aug 2003 20:39:16 -0700

>on 8/18/03 7:31 PM, Pamela J. Evans wrote:
>
>one outside faucet
>
>Pam - Calm down!!!! LOL - There is a way to hook up even if you have one
>faucet. You can attach the pvc to your current faucet, "t" off & put another
>faucet on off the "t". The other part of the "t", You install collenoid,
>which from there you run the rest of the piping around the garden, which
>will be wired to the timer, which has to connect to your electric. Now, a
>lot has to do with how much water pressure you have which will determine how
>far you can go without it fizziling at the end.
>Another way is to lay out a plot plan, with dimensions to where you want to
>go. Take this to your local irrigation supply HD, Lowes or hardware store &
>they can tell you almost precisely what to do.
>I have a set up in my back yard, but no timer hooked up yet. I have shut off
>valves that I can turn on manually Later I'll take those off & put it on a
>timer.
>Hope I haven't confused you. IT WILL SAVE YOU LOTS OF TIME. I have an
>oscillating lawn sprinkler with a built on timer. I set it for as long a
>time as I want, turn it on &it shuts off by itself while I can do something
>else. Goooooood luck.
>
>Tony Veca <>< 
>Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
>Vancouver, WA  USA
>
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A



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