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Wednesday, May 19th 2004, 9:39am

by aquamatic

It all depends on the water source pressure and volume. We have used Hunter 1-20's for minimal pressure to Hunter I-30's.

I really recommend you get a contractor that has the experience with sport fields.Where are you located??

Wednesday, May 19th 2004, 9:26am

by nzeidat

Choosing sprinklers for a soccer field

****o Everyone. I am a PTA member in my children's private school. The school has built a simple soccer field and they need to install a sprinkler system for it. We do not know whether we should use external/above the ground/movable sprinklers (does such thing exist?) or install a sprikler system under ground. There is a chance that the school start construction work in the soccer field area in 1-2-3 years (??), the school is not sure yet.

What is your advise for irrigating the soccer field?

Thank you.

- nzeidat[:)]