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Wednesday, February 26th 2003, 11:31am

by nestors

Try an Oase Bio Clear 10 Filter System .

Nestor's Sprinklers & Lighting

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vincent nestor

Friday, November 8th 2002, 4:21am

by gator

Filtering intake water

My system draws water from a shallow lake and I pull in silt, snails, and other debris that ultimately clogs my sprinkler head and now seems to be preventing valves from consistently closing. What kind of filter would you recommend?