I am a custom home remodeler, so this is not really in my wheelhouse but I'm working on my own property. I have 4 similarly sized beds that are each about 75x35 ft on about a 30 degree slope. The soil type is a sandy loam/clay mixture. each bed has 2-3 well established trees and smaller, decorative trees/plants will be added later. We decided to put in a dripline irrigation system. with our soil, we bought 1/2 in. .6 gph dripline with internal emitters and used a spiral pattern starting from the top tree then moving to the lower tree aproximately 3 feet apart. Later a dedicated waterline will be ran, but for now, i have a 3/4 in hose running about 150 feet from the house and connecting in at the upper tree. After getting around 500 ft of dripline installed, we realized our supplier had given us 1.0 gph instead of the .6 they suggested. After turning on the water at 40 psi, the dripline works around the upper tree, but the further down it gets, more and more emitters are not emitting. By the end of the line, 1 in 8 or so are dripping.. -Would tying the water source in to more spots along the dripline help? -Should I pull up the 1.0 line and replace it with the .6? -Is a 3/4 in hose with 95 psi at the house sized correct to feed approx 500 ft of 1/2 in dripline?