Can the new Rainbird popup rotor nozzles be mixed with normal gear driven rotors? We have a rotor zone where there is a small strip of turf with some areas of large open turf areas. The small strip(about 8ft wide by 150ft long) has rotors along a fence and they spray right onto a 8 ft sidewalk, flowing down the concrete like a river, into a rock bed with shrubs(flooding it). We want to try these nozzles here so there is no spray onto the walk. My inclination is to cap the existing rotors along the fence and create another zone with normal popup sprays appropriate to the area. We have never used the rotor nozzles before. So, mix or separate the zones? Thanks in advance for any input.