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Hillside Applications

Hand watering on a hillside is not only ineffective; it can be a pain and can cause erosion. Even if you do not terrace your beds, you can still irrigate successfully with drip lines. This is an effective way to provide adequate water to each level and not drown out the bottom level of plants.

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Parts & Materials List

  • A1-112 .95 gph 16 mm .640 OD Pressure Compensating
    Drip Line (100 ft.)

  • Rain Bird XCZLF100PRF Xerigation Low Flow Control Zone
    Kit (1 inch)

  • Rain Bird ARValveKit 3/4 in. Air Relief Valve Kit

  • Drip Irrigation Universal Fittings

  • Drip Irrigation Single Outlet Drip Emitters

  • ML-106 1/4 in. Black Non-PC Micro Drip Line (100 ft.)

  • Rain Bird TS025-W-CAP 1/4 in. Drip Tubing Stake with Cap

  • Rain Bird TDS-050-BEND 1/2 in. Galvanized Tie-Down
    Stake (20 Pack)

  • Rain Bird XM-Tool Drip Irrigation Tubing Tool

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Walkthrough

How to Install:
  1. Determine the water source
  2. Create a plant list
  3. Know what type of soil you have
  4. Design how you will layout the drip
  5. Gather equipment
  6. Assemble the drip lines
  7. Connect the system
  8. Test the system and check for leaks
  9. If you have a timer, the last thing to do is set it

Advantages:

  • Saves 70% water
  • Eliminates erosiion and run-off
  • Less weed growth

Helpful DIY links:

Step by Step Drip Irrigation System Installation Guide

All You Need to Know About Drip

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