Ok here is a new one for me. I live in Oklahoma and about 20 min from where I live is a farming community that uses irrigation (not underground sprinklers) to water their crops. This consists of 2"-3" pipe above ground from a well with a gas or sometimes electric pump that waters the whole field. This guy has a well and pump by his house that is good but he doesn't use any longer. I am supposed to go look at it next week but he says it'll put out 75 gpm. I don't doubt that it will as these are made to water a row of sprinkler heads 40-80 acres long at times. He says I could probably put all of his heads on one zone. If his well will do what it says and has the psi to do the job and I split it into two zones (sprays/rotors) does any one see any problems with this? Of course on wells I always install a sand filter and I might even have to reduce the pressure depending on what the pump is putting out.