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0-10 GPH Adjustable Multi-Stream Dripper (25-Pack)

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The DIG Adjustable-Flow Multi-Stream Dripper offers controlled watering feature to accommodate a variety of different plants within your system. Drip emitter watering radius is adjustable from a gentle stream pattern to drip and to off. As your plants grow the flow can be increased as they require more water to flourish.

  • Multiple streams provide 360 Degree coverage
  • 1/4 in. barb inlet for connecting micro tubing to 1/2 in. poly tubing
  • Adjustable 0-10 GPH flow rate
  • Twist head to increase and decrease the flow
  • High-quality, UV resistant materials for long life in the landscape

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is this for 1/4 inch tubing for drip irrigation

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August 9, 2016
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Yes. The plastic anchor on the 0-10 gph adjustable drip device fits nicely into the 1/4 inch drip tubing and remains secure.
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March 15, 2016
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You can use in either. Use it at the end of 1/4 which I do for the different sizes of rose bushes (my wife can adjust as needed) or punch into the brown drip line (1GPH every 6 in.) for more water. I also use emitters punched directly in the black irrigation hose rather than installing 1/4 inch then a emitter on the end of that, unless I need to run some 1/4 to get away from the irrigation hose.
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March 4, 2016
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Yes.
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Phoenix, Az
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It fits the standard drip line fittings and size. There should be only one size drip line. It will either measure 1/4 " or 3/8" - It will fit
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August 30, 2015
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This is for connecting micro tubing to .5 inch tubing.
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how many of these are necessary around a 8 ft tree

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For such a small tree, I start with two drips at 2 gph each, watering every other day. I place the drips below the outer end of the limbs. As the tree grows, I move the drips further from the trunk to the area below the tips of the branches. Also, I add more drips. When the tree is two inches in diameter one foot above the ground, I use three drips and increase to four when the diameter of the tree is Read More
For such a small tree, I start with two drips at 2 gph each, watering every other day. I place the drips below the outer end of the limbs. As the tree grows, I move the drips further from the trunk to the area below the tips of the branches. Also, I add more drips. When the tree is two inches in diameter one foot above the ground, I use three drips and increase to four when the diameter of the tree is three inches. I watch the leaves and, if they begin to look dry or to curl, I increase the water flow rate. Most of my trees at 3 inches diameter needed about 4 gph every other day from each of four drips unless we were getting regular rain. The required volume and frequency also depends on the type of soil. Sandy soil requires watering more often. In our clay soil, I use a small auger to bore a couple of holes under each drip about 9 inches deep and 2 to 3 inches in diameter and fill each hole with sand to promote deep root growth. Our soil is heavy clay and low permeability and rain is scarce though the Summer and Fall. I also use fertilizer spikes around all of my new trees and bushes and continue for at least five years. Read Less
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I would say it depends on the tree, placement of the heads, size of the tree and age and the makeup of the soil. Some one can tell you how much water is needed, usually in inches/week, and estimate where the roots are. If you water right beside the trunk and the tree is old with deep roots, it is not able to get much usable water. I have a mature orange tree in high sand soil that has six 2GPH fixed Read More
I would say it depends on the tree, placement of the heads, size of the tree and age and the makeup of the soil. Some one can tell you how much water is needed, usually in inches/week, and estimate where the roots are. If you water right beside the trunk and the tree is old with deep roots, it is not able to get much usable water. I have a mature orange tree in high sand soil that has six 2GPH fixed outlets that run across the length and breath of the limbs of the tree. They cover the limbs in an X with 4 on the outside and 2 within a foot of both sides of the trunk. It is low pressure (14#) and I run it for 20 minutes every 4 days while forming and bearing. less in the winter. Great crop of sweet oranges this year. I saw your tree is new, you will need to move them as the roots spread. These taps are adjustable as needed but the placement and soil (for absorption) will make a difference. Hope this helps! Read Less
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One. You control the GPM flow
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clean with vinegar?

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Since the top does come off, I presume I can remove the top and soak in vinegar to clean any lime deposits?
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Vinegar will work. However the Home Depot plumbing department manager said to me that immersing clogged emitters/drippers in CLR is a much quicker and more effective method for cleaning. CLR (calcium, lime rust) is a commercially available product for dissolving alkali build up, usually on toilets, sinks etc. Just make certain once the minerals are dissolved, that you wash off the drippers with clean Read More
Vinegar will work. However the Home Depot plumbing department manager said to me that immersing clogged emitters/drippers in CLR is a much quicker and more effective method for cleaning. CLR (calcium, lime rust) is a commercially available product for dissolving alkali build up, usually on toilets, sinks etc. Just make certain once the minerals are dissolved, that you wash off the drippers with clean water to prevent any of the CLR residue from drying on the plastic surfaces. Read Less
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May 9, 2016
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Hi winterbeater47,
Yes, you may clean them in vinegar, however replacing clogged units may be simpler.
Mike
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Can these be plugged directly into 1/2" tubing?

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Achieving appropriate watering rates The 0-10 gph multi-stream drippers are a great solution to the problem of achieving appropriate watering rates for large bushes in our planting areas among much smaller plants being watered by the same drip system. They were easy to calibrate to flow rates I want and have proven reliable. This is the first year I have used adjustable drips. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product These nozzles allow you to have just a trickle or a nice little spray. Drip irrigation is the way to go if you have plants that are spaced out. I was using soaker hoses and watering a lot of weeds between my blueberry bushes. That is all in the past. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Value on Line I have a small apple farm (500 trees) and I found these drippers in a small local nursery, but they cost three times as much as Home Depot chargers. I love the fact that you can adjust the amount of water to dispense. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to install dripper Extremely easy to install. Did not require heating delivery tubing. This is probably due to the shape of the probing end of the dripper (unlike the blunter tip that are on T-connectors etc.) June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Drippers to use! Good product, adjustable! Like the flexibility! Value priced! June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dripper heads Easy to install they really work good even the rabbit like them April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Lets my wife adjust as needed This is great because when my wife sees a plant that needs more water, she can make adjustment rather than me inserting more fixed flow taps. I also use these in the the brown hose that has outlets every foot because they become plugged or if there is inadequate water, I can easily increase the amount. March 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by passable for high volume drip these drippers are tricky to adjust. If you turn them full on the top blows off when they come on. Make sure to adjust them when running and be prepared to get wet when the top blows off. February 27, 2015
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