How to Install:
A Drip Irrigation System

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Materials & Tools

Materials

  • 1/2-INCH DRIP TUBING
    Comes in 50-, 75- 100-, or 500-foot rolls, either with or without factory-installed emitters. Calculate the square footage of the area you want to irrigate, then figure on one foot of tubing per square foot of plant bed.
  • 1/4-INCH DRIP TUBING
    Use this smaller tubing to branch off from the main line and reach specific bushes, trees, or containers.
  • TUBING CONNECTORS
    Elbow, tee, and straight connectors allow you to turn the tubing without kinking it, or add on more lengths of tubing.
  • WATER SOURCE CONNECTION KIT
    For attaching the tubing to an outdoor faucet. Kit should include a vacuum breaker, pressure regulator, a filter, and a connector for attaching the tubing.
  • SPRAY AND DRIP ACCESSORIES
    Including micro sprayers, small emitters, and foggers for reaching different plants around the garden.
  • BARK MULCH

Tools

  • TUBING CUTTER
    Bypass Pruner or Scissors would suffice, but the thick tubing can dull the blades, making them less effective in the garden
  • HOLE OR KEY PUNCH
    To make holes in the tubing

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