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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by stevenf, Sep 4, 2012.
the obvious answer is ghost guys
1) walk out to the last head with your voodoo sticks and find the lateral.
2) move to the side of the lateral (your sticks should point in the direction of the pipe) this allows you to maintain a parallel path with the pipe as you walk toward the valve.
3) when you are near the valve the sticks will tell you where the valve is.
boy did i make that sound simple
best of luck on this venture
I bought some voodoo sticks out of curiosity after the last thread about it a couple weeks ago. I don't know whether I am demon possessed or it works.... it is one or the other.
Voodoo sticks = dowsing rods? Or is it a brand name of same?
old rodeo saying makes sense here.
if you want to compete you're gonna have to practice. if you want to watch, buy a ticket.
a bunch of us were kayaking many moons ago and a gal lost one of her earrings in the sand at the takeout. i took a clothes-hanger and cut it in two, bent the hangers and found the earring. my buddy said that it was voodoo and that's what we have called them ever since. lots of drinking involved gregg
Thats what I was thinking
Sounds like you have a few SVC's floating around. We took over a property a few years ago, and the genious grounds keeper told me they had a "few." Turns out a few meant 17. They also had two POC's, three controllers, and one controller that turned on a zone at the Wal-greens down the street.
Moral of the story, grounds keepers/ HOA volunteers/ "irrigation experts"/ are useless.
In my world your a licensed professional that makes a living in the industry, or your an irrigation idiot.
Yup, I'm an irrigation idiot, but I knew it was a battery operated controller. It's a start right?
nobody knows if it is or isn't battery operated yet.