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Saturday, April 18th 2009, 5:35pm

by Wet_Boots

Drip generally runs by itself, because it applies water more slowly than rotors or sprays.

Saturday, April 18th 2009, 1:04pm

by RjNovia

Wet_boots, This is a good idea. I have very little experience so thanks. I saw "drip lines" but did not know if they could be installed "added" along with the other six rotor heads, that water the open lawn, on that zone.

Friday, April 17th 2009, 6:29pm

by Wet_Boots

Use drip irrigation if you don't want overthrow. A double line of drip tubing along each side of the row will do the trick.

Friday, April 17th 2009, 2:27pm

by RjNovia

Sprinkler heads

I have a Toro brand system working well. All my bodies and heads are 570 XF modles. Some fixed and others rotate. I am adding a zone that I want to water 18 new Arborvitae trees set between the homes. These trees are 4' apart in a straight line covering an area about 80' long and 3' wide. So it's a "strip" of trees. I do not want to water the neighbors lawn or my driveway in excess! I have 2' feet on either side of the trees to set the heads. Q1: How many bodies will I need. Q2: what heads do I use.