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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by txirrigation, Aug 6, 2011.
or this. remember when kids went outside and played?
> 25 feet .... agreed
Agreed, assuming a standard rotor is appropriate
I didn't say the whole state ... did I? Maybe you should check a climate map sometime TXI.
Agreed! Here we are in this little moment when we agree with each other!
Dont read my post about Cali's bank roll, our little moment will be short lived.
Praise the Lord. Now lets move on to the Israeli/Arab conflict.
I could care less what the financial status of this state is ... however don't let that stop you and Pete from pulling the typical Texan "we are better then everyone else" attitude.
Oh ... and here is your climate map.
Oh my Gawd. What an amazing map! I have so much respect for you now.
lets get back to the water wiggle commercial - notice the 'lawn hydrant' the hose was connected to?
looks like a galvanized pipe with one of those angled boiler drain screwed on right at the curb? Did i miss something?
I dont know about low pressure and MP,s . From my limited experiance with them , they dont need a lot of water , but sure do like pressure.