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Old 03-05-2012, 09:57 PM
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I am familiar with rock saws that we use to put in irrigtion lines. I meant that I am going to try to install drip line and that needs to be no deeper than 2.5". Most of the yards have that much top soil on top of rock. However sometimes there is small rocks like 2" dia inbeded in the soil. And of course
we have a lot of shallow tree roots. Last year I used a edger to cut the grass and make a small ditch. Then I used a narrow pick and irrigtion shovel. We plan to demo this thing but it looks like the ticket.

The big companies doen't do installs on old lawns. On new stuff they lay the drip and them put the sod squares on top of it.
Ed

Can't you run the line in a Galvanized Pipe to push it under the ground?? I am not explaining that real well but it works great.


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