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SFG Drip Irrigation Systems are here!

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Re: SFG Drip Irrigation Systems are here!

Post  kimbertangleknot on 2/25/2011, 6:01 pm

I think I'll opt for pretty instead of practical since I live in a HoA hood. Never would have thought about just using a 4x10 one though. Thank you!
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Hallelujah!

Post  MSJ on 4/20/2011, 12:22 am

I'm about ready to give up. I have all my seeds, the boxes are made, I have 2 big rolls of ground cloth, Mel's Mix in bags on the patio and the weather is finally cooperating. But before I can lay the ground cloth I need to figure out what to do about watering. I need to get one box of early veggies planted ASAP.

I have a sprinkler system already in place where the boxes will go. I was going to Sprinkler World tomorrow to see if I can adapt the sprinkler line to a drip system or at the very least put extensions on so it can water up over the sides of the boxes. Is this something I can figure out? How much does it cost and do I have to order this ahead. I am here in Utah and I have a couple of days off this week and wouldn't mind a drive to Ogden.

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Post  dizzygardener on 4/20/2011, 7:36 am

MSJ,

There are definitely sprinkler retrofit kits for drip systems. No need to worry about that part.

You'll have to wait for a reply from Alan in order to find out if those conversion kits are compatible with the SFG drip irrigation system.

Here is a link to sprinkler conversion kits: http://www.dripirrigation.com/drip_irrigation_categories/46

The SFG irrigation kit looks like a better option than anything else offered on the site, but they do have the retrofit supplies you need
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Post  MSJ on 4/20/2011, 9:26 am

Thanks for the Info.

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