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Wednesday, July 21st 2004, 11:20am

by KDH

Severe slope

My entire front yard is steeply sloped down to the street. The last 15 feet or so go at approximate a 1:1 slope - a bunch of fun to take care of. Street level is about 15 feet below my manifold.
I'm looking for assistance on where to locate sprinklers to take care of the last 15 feet of the front lawn. My idea - and your criticism is welcomed - is to put spray sprinklers along the line 15 ' back from the street. My thought is that I couldn't put the line in that low or be able to safely install it.

Thanks