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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by recycledsole, Aug 11, 2012.
i am new to this, and wondering which is better, for what purpose
If you like to fix leaks and have the fittings not fit right use soaker.
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If you like algae build-up and enjoy changing the hoses every season, go soaker!
I did a soaker-hose shrub line, on account of it was going to be fed from a city water hose-bib-on-a-zone-valve that was in place and not being used. No horrible consequences yet, but it isn't five years installed.
If you like watering everything at one end of the hose, and having no water make it to the far side, choose the soaker.
I chose the soaker hose setup on account of a cheapskate owner and a desire to have the work possess natural drainage. If it was going in from scratch today, it would be something more like Techline CV
hahaha soaker hose is bad?
Ill have to learn drip line. are there any tutorials?
Read the Netafim tutorials
I use a soaker hose on my own home. It is about 10 years old. I move it around to deep water my foundation.
I did not install my irrigation system and too lazy to work on it much.
How many contractors ever find time to install their own home systems? I never did.