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Discussion in 'Irrigation' started by CAPT Stream Rotar, Sep 15, 2007.
Irrigation pics to come of friday..
Party hearty, dude. Drinking some of my last bottle of 1991 Carneros pinot noir, and listening to music older than you are (Kraftwerk's Autobahn)
This is what I'm enjoying. Plus I've got to get those slabs of ribs ready for Cowboys tomorrow with da guyz.
Fimco we gotta hang out sometime..even if its just for a weekend
16 apple trees my company dug moved and reinstalled into the hill side.
then we irrigatied it with stream rotors and mp rotors.
they came out wicked pissah
The shrub version of the stream rotor was always a maintenance problem, since the nozzle could be easily removed by anyone.
anyone care to take a guess what that is?
What a mess
This controller started with 10 zones installed last fall.
after some drip and adding around the proptery all 24 are maxed out.
decent spray patter
24 Gpm @ 70 pounds
Great coverage...we run this zone for 15 mins every morning.
A number 6 number 6 and a 8 gpm
Agreed..The mp blow its out of the water no question asked.
I would just install regular 300 popups on the risers, and gain some reliability, even at the cost of needing extra support.
You know duct tape comes in multi colors. Why not mix in some Patriot blue and give it some football colors.
WB- I cannot take the credit on the duct tapped 12' pgp's.
my boss was feeling like an irrigator that day..
it works. dont give much with the push...
but yes the 300 12' with 3 Gpm nozzles would of been my first choice.