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RE: anything goes

If at all possible I would install drip irrigation lines because they won't 
waste as much water as regular sprinklers do.  Regular sprinklers loose a 
lot of water to evaporation before they even hit the leaf.  Drip lines can 
be put around individual plants.

>From: Lu Treadway <Hostanut@bellsouth.net>
>Reply-To: hosta-open@mallorn.com
>To: "'hosta-open@mallorn.com'" <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
>Subject: RE: anything goes
>Date: Wed, 21 Jul 1999 09:26:09 -0400
>Judy, if you have a home depot or a Lowes go to their sprinkler systems.
>They have a nice pamphlet there for do-it-yourselfers. I just got one this
>last weekend to try and see if it's something I can tackle.
>Lu (Atlanta z 7-b)
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