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Re: Irrigation System Choices

One problem with a drip system is it draws tree roots to the plant where
the water is. A solution to this landscape cloth treated with spinout, any
nursery supply should have it or know where to get it.

At 06:33 PM 03/02/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>I am putting in a sprinkler system for my yard and want some ideas on how 
>to irrigate my hosta beds.  I can water it with the impulse heads from the 
>lawn, put in mister heads in the hosta beds, or put in a drip system that 
>will do individual plants.  I am not too eager to go the latter route due 
>to the number of plants that will require lines.
>Can anyone give me some ideas on what the pros and cons are for the various 
>types of methods of watering the hosta beds?
>North Alabama
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