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Monday, February 21st 2011, 6:39pm

by Central Irrigation

You should have had an inline filter installed somewhere for that drip zone. You could use a larger emitter, but it won't solve your problem. The only way is to use a filter.

Monday, February 21st 2011, 3:23pm

by dehulton (Guest)

Emitters for drip irrigation

I have a plastic pipe with tiny holes installed for my landscaping. The tiny holes are pretty well clogged from well water. Is there an emitter that attaches directly to the pipe that is unlikely to clog?