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Drip Irrigation Kit for Container Gardening-Patios & Decks - Starter
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- Waters 10 containers (10 pressure-compensating emitters)
- Connects to a hose bibb (faucet, spigot): All components included.
- 1/4" micro tubing mainline and lateral lines (50')
- 1/4" Flow control valve for each container
- 1/4" mounting clips to attach to decking, posts, etc.
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The package contains detailed assembly and operating instructions and a complete parts list.
My project is off to a great start. If the product works as efficiently as it shipped, I'll be a happy guy.
UPDATE: I finally put together the included parts and everything worked as predicted.
Comment #1: Thirty minutes of flow flooded my "smallish" pots (I didn't think they were that small...) so I'm going to try again with my timer set for only 10 minutes per episode.
Comment #2: There is a LOT of hand work needed to assemble everything. Each pot is fed by three separate parts which are connected to each other by two small lengths of tubing which have to be cut on both ends. So--for my 10 pots I needed 30 separate parts, 40 cuts of tubing to make 20 separate small lengths of tubing. All the parts fit snugly on the cut tubing because the fittings are push-on "friction" fittings. Its takes a large amount of hand strength to insert all the pieces so be ready for that. (I don't know why the in-line "tee" and "flow control" and "emitter" can't all be one piece. Or at least put the "flow control" on top of the "emitter").Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't wanna stay in place right and plants don't get water like shouldPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was looking for a starter kit, to try an automatic watering system for my patio plants. This was a complete set, and the directions were fairly easy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. McDonnell
Great product for watering tomatoes. I was able to adjust each trip head for the size of the plant. I've been using it for 6 months and it looks like it should hold up for many... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Rogers
A great help. Easy to assemble. I use this in a series of 6 5 gallon pots and find that some of the plants require more water than others. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ds
I have not set the product up yet. However, I have had the same problem as a few customers have had. Read morePublished 6 months ago by WRS
The drip irrigation system was easy to put together and works perfectly. I have two comments that may be relevant to future buyers. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Rich
directions could have been a little clearer, but otherwised is what I expected, this is my first trial with drip irrigation and a good kit to start withPublished 9 months ago by David R