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Tuesday, October 8th 2013, 3:19pm

by Bizarroterl

I'm looking at the Netafim CV tubing now. Thanks for the info. Looks like this will work. :)

Tuesday, October 8th 2013, 10:42am

by mrfixit

Ok disreguard what I said.

Tuesday, October 8th 2013, 10:18am

by Wet_Boots

the key name in pro drip irrigation remains Netafim, and other pro products generally match their dimensions

Monday, October 7th 2013, 10:10pm

by Bizarroterl

long, very narrow area

Hi,
We have two planting areas that follows a meandering walkway. The areas are about 18" wide and ~25'long, one on each side of the walkway. The plan is to plant annuals (pansies, impatiens depending on season) in these strips. They strips are separated from adjacent areas with a concrete divider(brick top). The adjacted areas are either low water (water wise) plantings or lawn (no mow).

What would be the best way to water these strips? Would drip soaker tape be a good choice? The page for it at sprinkler warehouse says straight sections only. The planting areas aren't straight, but the curves aren't extremne either.