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DIG 1/4 in. x 100 ft. Dripline with 6 in. Emitter Spacing
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DIG

1/4 in. x 100 ft. Dripline with 6 in. Emitter Spacing

$12.66 /each

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DIG's 1/4 in. drip line is an extremely versatile drip irrigation method that will save you time, water and money. The 1/4 in. drip line has cylinder, labyrinth drip emitters inserted into the micro tubing every 6 in. for complete saturation of the area along the drip line. Ideal for vegetable gardens, containers, boxes, row plantings and can even be looped around trees.

  • 6 in. pre-inserted emitter spacing
  • 1/2 GPH flow rate from each emitter
  • 100 ft. L
  • Connects to 1/2 in. poly tubing mainline using a 1/4 in. barb fitting
  • Brown color blends in with the landscape
  • No special tools or glues necessary for installation
  • Made from high quality, UV resistant materials
  • Saves water by delivering water right where it is needed most, at the plant root zone

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1/4 in. x 100 ft. Dripline with 6 in. Emitter Spacing
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How long of a continuous run can this go? I want to run 50' in several areas off of a 1/2" feed. Will this work or would i need to go to 1/2"?

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They say 15 ft.
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April 1, 2016
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The maximum suggested run length for this particular drip emitter model is 33 feet.
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March 26, 2016
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I had the same question. I've heard different things but here's what I found on the Dig website. I'll trust their math. You can run 1/2" tubing quite far by comparison and, if it were me, I'd run the larger tube to the area and extend 1/4" dripline off that mainline tubing. Good luck! :]
Maximum recommended length of single lateral 1/4 inch drip line @ 25 PSI
Drip emitters spacing Max length
6 inch
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I had the same question. I've heard different things but here's what I found on the Dig website. I'll trust their math. You can run 1/2" tubing quite far by comparison and, if it were me, I'd run the larger tube to the area and extend 1/4" dripline off that mainline tubing. Good luck! :]
Maximum recommended length of single lateral 1/4 inch drip line @ 25 PSI
Drip emitters spacing Max length
6 inch 16'
9 inch 22'
12 inch 28'
Average flow rate .62 GPH Read Less
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Does this tubing require a pressure reducer?

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June 22, 2016
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A pressure reducer determines the flow rate on this product. 15 PSI delivers .52 GPH per dripper. 25 PSI delivers .65 GPH per dripper. I do not know if NOT using a pressure reducer will void the 3 year limited warranty.
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I usually a use a flow control manifold to connect these pipes. High pressure makes it difficult to connect and also lowers the life span or the product.
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Howdy beeman,
Yes, all drip line systems should have a reducer to effectively work. Attached is a sample of a very simple drip line system.
Happy dripping,
Coach Dave
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What is the tubing material?

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I think it is HDPE, and it is UV resistant.
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The following excerpt is taken from the Dig website. Cheers!
"DIG extrudes its polyethylene tubing at our Vista manufacturing facility, producing over 100 million feet each year. Our polyethylene drip tubing and distribution tubing are made from the finest quality linear low density, UV resistant polyethylene resins. We extrude our tubing with a minimum of 2% carbon black to ensure maximum UV
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The following excerpt is taken from the Dig website. Cheers!
"DIG extrudes its polyethylene tubing at our Vista manufacturing facility, producing over 100 million feet each year. Our polyethylene drip tubing and distribution tubing are made from the finest quality linear low density, UV resistant polyethylene resins. We extrude our tubing with a minimum of 2% carbon black to ensure maximum UV protection with resistant to cracking, heat, ultraviolet stress and chemicals. The polyethylene drip tubing and distribution tubing are available in 1/8”, ¼”, ½”, ¾”, and 1” in two colors and in a wide range of coil lengths."
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The tubing appears to be a flexible pliable plastic. It is easier to use than the solid tubing.
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Can this pipe be buried underground?

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Yes, the dripline can be used underground.
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yes, provided you bury it with store garden soil or compost or sandy soil. If you bury into clay soil, the soil sticking to the drip points will strongly inhibit the water from dripping.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by poor dripper Water comes out of the dippers closest to the supply line in a stream but little comes out at the end of a 10 ft section. Hose is on level ground. September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by DIG1/4 in. x 100 ft. Dripline-6 in. Emitter Spacing I purchased two packages of the 100 foot dripline hose. I works very well. I don't know if the company recommends a maximum length of hose to be used. I use one package to create a full 100 foot loop and the other is something less than a 100 foot loop. Both loops share a single pressure regulator and watering timer. Since water enters the sections of dripline hose from both ends it helps prevent over watering near the timer and under watering away for it. In the past I've used soaker hoses in loops, because they ooze water over the entire length, not just 6 inch intervals. This worked out equally well. I insure one water emitter was near the root of every annual plant. When plants need greater amounts of water I wrap one or two loops of the hose around them. July 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what we were looking for at a GREAT price! Found the exact same product on Amazon for more money. Love Amazon but this was a no brainer. Thank you Home Depot. August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great soaker tubing I like this tubing better than the tubing sold in the stores because of the 6 inch spacing. When planting tight row crops like lettuce, radish, beets or other vegetable crops you get good even soaking down the row. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to work with, performs as expected. This dripline performs as advertised. Originally we had 1 foot emitter spacing but some plants were withering. The 6 inch spacing is meeting our needs. June 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by easy to use I like product very much. Wish they carried it in the store. Seemed easier to install than the regular black drip line. Been in over a month with no problems. used it to replace a 5year old similar drip line that was plugged up by hard water deposits. June 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works well Easy to work with, when I received my order I was shorted though. June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great customer service I was so happy to have this irrigation tubing with 6 inch spacing. You used to carry it, and I was disappointed when you switched to 12 inch and 9 inch spacing. However, ordering it was easy when a Home Depot employee helped me. It came in time for me to use on my new apsaragus bed and numerous flower pots. Thank you Home Depot for having exactly what I needed. I plan to order another 100 feet of this tubing in the near future. This is the perfect tubing for flower pots and gardens. I have it in my Antique Wagon garden box. It winds around and makes it easy to plant. Since the spacing is every 6 inches, I just plant each bean seed by an emitter and then one in the middle. It waters them perfectly every time. June 24, 2014
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