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Wednesday, April 20th 2016, 5:51pm

by frogwash

Venturi Injector with Drip System

Hello... I am using a drip system in my yard. Live in southern Nevada and do not have lawn. So I run a drip system to all my palms/shrubs/cactus etc... I am going to build a fertilizer injection system into my current drip system. I have quite a few (maybe around 30 - 2 gph, 10 - 1 gph, and a few .5 gph) drip heads hooked up to one zone. So the water isn't really ripping through the lines. My concern is if there will be enough flow (suction) to operate a venturi system. Or do I need a pressurized system?
Thanks in advance!