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Tuesday, September 12th 2006, 2:27pm

by mrfixit

Hi, go with the RainBird 1800 series. 4" pop ups should do the trick with 15 foot spray nozzles. Careful to not buy the cheaper RainBird products sold at the home improvement stores. These stores will usually have both models. Make sure it says 1800 right on the top of the sprinkler. Good luck!

Tuesday, September 12th 2006, 12:52pm

by mjermyn

Any recommendations on sprays?

Tuesday, September 12th 2006, 11:14am

by Wet_Boots

You could simply use ten standard sprays along the edges of the plot.

Tuesday, September 12th 2006, 9:22am

by mjermyn

Coverage + Rotors or Sprays

I'd like to setup irrigation on a long plot, it's 67'x17' rectangle.

How many rotors will I need for that setup and what rotors/sprays would you recommend?

Thanks
Mark