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Monday, September 26th 2005, 1:07pm

by HooKooDooKu

While this may be more of the same, try looking into "Drip Irrigaion" at your local hardware store (Lowes, HomeDepot, and even WalMart in season).

http://www.mrlandscaper.com/

Monday, September 26th 2005, 11:33am

by Urban Artist

Art Project using Veggie Produce Mist-†ype System

****o. I'm an artist wanting to make a project (with my own hands) using the fine mist sprinklers like those found in grocery stores in the produce section. I have not had any luck finding a store in Houston that carries these parts. If I can look at the parts, I can do my own design, but so far I keep being sent to places that only carry the lawn sprinkler system parts or people who only install the systems. I would like to go to a warehouse of sprinkler parts (fine mist). Does anyone have any tips on where I might find such a place in Houston, TX? Or, any other leads would be appreciated.

Urban Artist

PS- Rita didn't bring much rain, here!