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Wednesday, April 20th 2005, 9:45am

by RidgeRun05

There are many different companies out there making drip irrigation products. You may check out www.rainbird.com or www.netafim.com or www.olsonirrigation.com.

Tuesday, April 19th 2005, 1:23pm

by cherie byrd

Mister Nozzle

I have container plants around the perimeter of my paver courtyard. Plumbing has been done under the pavers with 20-24" high 1/2 " diameter pipe up the building and fence walls. I AM LOOKING FOR A MISTER SPRAYER TO ATTACH TO THE PIPE (connector??) to spray in a 90 or 180 degree radius with a one-to-three foot throw. Entire system is attached to a faucet and timer will be installed. I don't want to waste water or soak my whole courtyard, merely water my plants. HELP!!!! email me back at nccsfast@aol.com and do SPRINKLERS opn the reference line so I don't delete. I live in St. Petersburg, Florida, and have had little luck in getting the information I'm looking for.

THANK YOU!