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Saturday, September 17th 2011, 12:29pm

by grey

I put some on my garden area. They seem ok although 90 degrees one appears to have actual watering arc of like 60-70 degrees. Look up precipitation rates at http://www.rainbird.com/documents/turf/chart_RotaryNozzles.pdf

Saturday, September 17th 2011, 6:05am

by miltyboy63 (Guest)

RAIN BIRD ROTARY NOZZLE

Does any one use the RAIN BIRD ROTARY NOZZLE on there reticulation,if so whats your thought on them and how long do you need to run them to get 25mm (1") into your lawn, :)