Garden Irrigation Package
MAXIMIZE ROOT STRUCTURE AND GROWTH STAGES FOR GARDENS, SHRUBS, TREES
One package can supply water to 75 grouped plants.
Garden drip irrigation is the easiest way to give plants the consistent moisture they need. The benefit of having a controlled drip system is that it does the watering for you, saves on water expenses, and provides a more unified method of delivering water for your gardens, shrubs, and trees.
Choose a drip kit to add onto your existing irrigation system or select one that comes complete with the 1/2" main distribution line and fittings to attach to the outside faucet. More pipe and fittings can be purchase separately.
Carefully read the description of each package below then select the garden package according to the zones required for your project. One zone can supply 75 grouped plants.
SAVE DOLLARS & TIME
The packages contain a combination of the following:
Rain Bird Connectors
Hose Swivel Brass 3/4"
Turnseal 3/4" Adapter
Distribution Pipe 1/2" Tubing
Tips, tricks, and more to get the best drip irrigation results
WHAT IS DRIP IRRIGATION
Drip irrigation is the most uniformed application available. It's a low volume, low pressure watering system allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants, trees, and shrubs. Minimizing evaporation and maximizing healthy growth results. .
The consequences will have you saving time, energy, water, and money!
INSTALL A DRIP SYSTEM
Installing an irrigation sprinkler drip system is a satisfying adventure and most rewarding.
From the main water distribution line, reduce to a flexible 1/2" poly tubing that you can snake around the garden area. Plug the end of that line, insert the grey emitter to that line, then cut-to-fit the 1/4" tubing from there to the drip stakes and start getting water to root of the matter.
The best way to manage a garden is to have the best soil type, apply mulch where needed, choose the right fertilizer, prune when necessary, group plants according to their element requirements.
Install your irrigation system and arrange the drip stakes in among groups of plants to provide water with effective root watering management.