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Re: Garden hose


> Donna, our irrigation system has 3 in ground sources we may connect our hoses 
> to.   We have so little our of irrigation remaining in operation as we have 
> capped off where we added addtl beds.   I do not want the irrigation system 
> watering my beds as the water is so forceful.   We have unbelievable water 
> pressure here.   When you have a bucket in hand & turn on the faucet you better have 
> a good grip on it or it will blow it out of your hands.   No water pressures 
> lifts needed in our area.

Hi Ceres,

   You might want to install a pressure regulator in the irrigation system
   or even a valve that you can turn to reduce flow (and thus pressure).

Chris

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