Considering converting to drip?


Suppliers weigh in…

“Maintenance on a dripline system is a piece of cake. There are no nozzles or rotors to get out of adjustment.  No need to worry about foot traffic kicking over sprinklers. The only fear customers have is that when the dripline is buried they won’t know something is wrong until a plant is suffering.”
         —Mauricio Troche, director of landscape and turf at Netafim USA

“Drip relies upon good filtration to operate effectively. Otherwise you’ll have grid accumulations.”
         —Pat Johnson, regional technical services manager at Horizon Distributors (As a best practice, be sure to purchase and install a filter with your drip system, he says.)


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