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Old 08-07-2011, 10:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Kiril View Post
Yes ... continue on with your campaign Pete .... you know, because I am not allowed to have an opinion or disagree with someone ..... oh no.

What do you normally have in planting beds .... trees, bushes, perennials, and annuals .... all of which have the potential to impact any type of above ground irrigation uniformity. Now the one place where MPR's could successfully be used for plantings is areas that have only low growing ground covers.
YES KIRIL.......I do like mpr's in planting areas.. mainly due to the fact thta "drip" is not enough these days..Hot and dry needs 45min mpr or 3 hours of drip...........climates are different from zone to zone.
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