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Re: Greenhouse Irrigation
Posted by Bill Bolton on 7/7/2004, 6:40 pm, in reply to "Re: Greenhouse Irrigation"
: I would suggest the DAN Greenhouse Sprinklers.
: They can be found in our catalog on page 32.
: For a 12' wide house wou would run a single
: row of sprinklers down the center, spaced 3'
: apart. Use the orange nozzle/ Black Round
: Spinner combination. This offers 92%
: uniformity, which is excellent. Precipitation
: rate would be .71" per hour.
: For the 24' wide house you would run the same
: sprinklers, but you would use 2 rows, as if
: you were watering two seperate 12' wide
: These sprinklers are generally installed
: using 3/4" low density poly hose (we use
: "Durapol Blue Stripe" found on page
: 34 of our catalog). Using zip ties you can
: usually get it to look good in the rafters.
: I hope this helps. If you have trouble
: downloading our catalog feel free to contact
: us to get one in the mail.
: TRICKL-EEZ Company
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: I have a 12 ft wide greenhouse and a 24'wide
: I would like to set up watering from above
: thew top of tube being 80" tall and
: 11'tall consecutivley.
: what system should I use. i would like to
: have rigide pipe above to keep things neat.
I was wondering if the Senninger Inverted mini-Wobbler would be better and we could space them further apart?
let me know what you think.
I like the idea of using a more solid ridid PVC pipe also
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