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Re: anything goes


It has been said that a majority of water dissipates (upto 60%) with broadcast
watering. You will use much less water and have better results getting the
soil wet quickly.

I have been thinking of scavenging old garden hoses out of the garbage,
putting holes in them strategicly and burying them around plants. It would
work like soaker hoses, only much cheaper.

Ray W

Judy McCann wrote:

>  what type of pump, what horsepower, electric or gas,soaker, or
> overhead?????????

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