Adding Micro/Drip Irrigation For Raised Bed Garden By Converting Existing Sprinkler System

How to add a drip/micro irrigation system for your raised bed garden by converting your existing sprinkler system to drip irrigation or micro irrigation. Pro…
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9 Responses to “Adding Micro/Drip Irrigation For Raised Bed Garden By Converting Existing Sprinkler System”

  1. California Gardening Reply December 12, 2014 at 12:14 am

    +Manohar Viswanathan – Your reply settings are turned off so I hope you
    find this message via quoting you. Yes you need to cap off all the other
    heads. Use one head which will give you two lines of main line. The reason
    is that the drip irrigation uses low pressure (25 to 30 psi) and the
    sprinklers use high pressure (60 psi) so they are not designed to work in
    tandem. Hope that helps!

  2. Manohar Viswanathan Reply December 12, 2014 at 12:25 am

    Great video! Can I use the riser kit on just one spray head and leave the
    remaining for watering the lawn? Or should I cap off the remaining spray
    heads? I want to keep both lawn and veg garden :) 

  3. This video is very useful.
    Keep this up and thank you.
    I’ll be installing drip irrigation and I hope soon.
    

  4. Cool video,thanks.can you find all the parts from Lowes or Home Depot?
    

  5. We get too much rain here in Northern Ireland. Sunshine is what we lack.
    lol

  6. Nice video. Very detailed.

  7. California Gardening Reply December 12, 2014 at 1:59 am

    Easily add a micro/drip irrigation system for your garden

  8. Hi, do u mind telling me where u bought the micro sprayson stakes? I want
    the 1/4 spray ones. Where can i buy them?

  9. good video!!!!