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Tuesday, April 26th 2005, 7:11pm

by bobw

They most certainly can be used in the same zone together! Walla Walla makes some too, and my early feel is that the Walla Walla ones are better. the Rain birds are in fixed arc whereas the Walla Walla are adjustable. I think it's too early to get a real feel for how well these will perform in the long term, but I have my fingers crossed... these just solve so many problems.

Wednesday, April 13th 2005, 1:58pm

by ejzajac

rotary spray nozzles

What has been the feedback on this new Rainbird product?? They discuss matched precipitation rates with 5000 plus rotors. Does this mean they cound be used in the same zone together??