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Friday, May 16th 2003, 2:47pm

by Rays Sprinklers

What type of heads do you have now? How close is the head to the tree? You can use funny pipe to move the sprinkler infront or behind the tree

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Thanks
Ray
Rays Above and Beyond Automatic Lawn Sprinklers

Monday, November 18th 2002, 4:36am

by catmondu

old spray heads damaging trees

Our "new to us" house has an existing irrigation system that is damaging the bark on the trees by years of spraying the same place. I have adjusted the spray head to diffuse the spray as much as possible, but would like to replace with heads that would cause less damage. I can't disengage the system because it is linked to the septic tank filtering system and goes off automatically. Any suggestions would be appreciated.