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DIG 1/4 in. x 50 ft. Porous Drip Soaker Hose


1/4 in. x 50 ft. Porous Drip Soaker Hose

$6.98 /each

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Product Overview

Use the DIG 1/4 in. Porous Soaker Hose to water flowerbeds, potted plants, containers and vegetable gardens. Constructed of UV-resistant materials, the porous soaker hose is made of extruded recycled rubber material. The extruded porous soaker tubing has many tiny holes, and when under pressure, sweats along the full length of the line. Provides a flow rate of approximately 0.4 GPH per ft. Use the porous soaker hose with 1/4 in. barb fittings in row planting for water saturation along the soaker hose line.

  • Used in conjunction with 1/4 in. drippers
  • For short runs up to a maximum length of 30 ft.
  • Use for watering flowerbeds, potted plants, containers and vegetable gardens along a line
  • Easy to install
  • Suggested operating pressure: 25 PSI
  • Close the end of the line with a goof plug
  • 50 foot roll
  • Designed for short runs up to a maximum of 30 feet and with a flow rate of .4 GPH per ft., the 1/4 inch porous soaker hose can be use for watering flowerbeds, potted plants & vegetable gardens
  • Simple to install Used with 1/4 inch micro tubing and 1/2 inch drip tubing using 1/4 inch barbs fittings
  • Flow Rates: 17 GPH per 50 ft(.4 GPH per foot)




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Customer Questions & Answers

Can multiple hoses be connected to water around the home?

I bought 3 50 ft soaker hoses. They have what looks like a blue washer with a tiny pinhole in it. Should that be removed when using 2-50 ft hoses? The water has been on for 45 minutes and no water is coming out the majority of the 2nd 50 ft hose.
Asked by: Carol
yes, you need to get a joiner (not sure what it is called), Dig might have it, I had ones left over from an old drip irrigation kit and joined it with a 1/4 solid hose. or search for this on the web: Orbit 69500 92-Piece Drip Irrigation Assortment Kit it is the bottom right box piece that'll do it, everything else is gravy
Answered by: HomeHO
Date published: 2016-07-06

Can this be used with an outlet manifold for an automated sprinkler system. To make the drip system automatic and convenient?

I'm looking at installing a drip system. I have automatic sprinklers that are wildly inefficient and I'd like to water more efficiently. I'm converting a lawn area to large vegetable beds and would like to also fix the watering situation at the same time.
Asked by: Kara
My application uses a manifold and automated timer with no problems.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2017-03-28

can this porous soaker hose be placed underground about 1-1/2 inches in grass?

Asked by: bill
Depends. Your question asks about two places: underground - can be done, but only if the ground around the tube is open and porous. 1-1/2 inches down in grass - perfect, shielded from the elements but open for the tube to drain. Remember this hose is porous, so it sweats the water out through the OD of the tube. If its clogged with dirt because its packed underground it wont work.
Answered by: DesertDog
Date published: 2016-08-01

How long should I run the soaker to water my roses

Asked by: Duke1944
Suggest you test out your conditions and how much saturation you get in 30 mins. Then add time to that. You shouldn't expect a lot of volume in a short period of time. It all depends on what you want the watering to be.
Answered by: DesertDog
Date published: 2017-04-12
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Customer Reviews

1/4 in. x 50 ft. Porous Drip Soaker Hose is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 48.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not perform as claimed. The product package states that even at a very low 15 psi the produ... Does not perform as claimed. The product package states that even at a very low 15 psi the product will deliver 46.5 GPH over a 50 foot length. In actuality, the amount of water that seeps through the porous surface of this drip soaker hose is not much more than you would expect from condensation. Useless for actual irrigation purposes.
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked as expected... Worked as expected
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First test is encouraging, but showed need for closer spacing. Also found out that a dedicated su... First test is encouraging, but showed need for closer spacing. Also found out that a dedicated supply line is needed for 20 feet of line or possibly shorter. Water pressure is very high off-season, so won't get best test until whole area is watering lawns!
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 1/4 in. Porous drip Works great! Have about 120 feet on 25psi from hose bib that now watering my garden veggies. Better than food irrigation or other emitters.
Date published: 2016-11-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great for our flower/shrub area! Works great for our flower/shrub area!
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Useful for Rain barrel applications I have 300 gallon totes where I store rainwater off the house, that I then transfer via pump to the totes in the garden. From the totes in the garden, I connect the hoses and run them to the various drip systems that I have. For the last 3 years, I have had this 1/4" soaker hoses looped around my blueberry bushes and they have worked like a charm. I run the trunk line at the edge of the row, then ran 1/4" hoses to get it close to the right bush, then used a T barb to connect these little soakers around each bush (about 12"-14" circle around the base of the plant. When i am ready to water, I connect the hose from the rain barrel to the end of the main line and let it run. I have one of those mechanical timers that will shut off the water so I don't have to stand around and wait for it. Before I did that, I have forgotten to turn it off and emptied the entire 300 gallons on the bushes. I have 20 bushes in this row and the row is approximately 40' in length. I bought this system so I did not have to stand at each of my raised beds and water. I can just turn the hoses on a set amount of time, and let them run. When the water in the tote gets down to 50 gallons or so, the water pressure is less, so it is a slower drip, but I have drained the barrels so I know it will eventually soak through even with less pressure. I have never used these from an actual house spicket, so I can't say how they work that way, (if I need water in the garden in drier periods and my rain barrels are empty, I will put water in rain barrels rather than hooking it up to the driplines just so I don't have to stand out there and watch it)... but my way works great.
Date published: 2016-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes a great air stone too I use some 1/4" barbed fittings and make a air stone with this hose so it gets air to the roots and potted plants grow better....
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good concept, does not last. If you purchase this, definitely keep it under mulch and out of the sun. I've had moderate success with it this way. I still had problems with consistent flow over the whole length of tubing. Lots of water came out right where it connected to my 1/2" main line, a hefty amount came out in the first few feet, but then it left a lot to be desired for the rest of the length. If you leave this exposed to the sun and air, it will not last. Mine is dried out and cracking (as in snapping into pieces) after 2 years. For instance, I cut a broken part off and tried to reattach it only to have the intact piece crack and crumble too. Save your money and buy the laser-cut 1/4" tubing instead. Look for the ones with backflow preventers built into every perforation. Those have been significantly more effective as well as long lasting for me.
Date published: 2013-04-17
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