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Old 09-01-2013, 01:26 PM
mjstef mjstef is offline
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Originally Posted by Wet_Boots View Post
The 'textbook' method to cover an acre-plus with a minimum of trenching would involve high-pressure rotors with radii near to 50 feet, if the well can deliver the needed water. That would save on trenching, but little else, as it could actually mean more zones overall, as maybe only two or three of those rotors could run at a time.
Measuring yesterday, the MP 3000 rotator 360* covers right at 50' diameter at 3.29 GPH. The 3500's cover a radius of around 35 feet. They also don't "mist off" in our windy conditions here. I have a mixture of MP300 & 3500 in each zone. High pressure nozzles would just send the water floating on the wind to the neighbors pasture.......
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