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Drip Irrigation Watering Kit

$12.54 /each

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The DIG Drip Irrigation Watering Kit is ideal for watering shrubs, trees, flowers, bushes and more. This water conserving drip system covers up to 150 sq. ft. and can easily be expanded as your landscape grows. Everything is included for a complete installation, no gluing is required.

  • Made from high quality, UV resistant materials
  • Easily installed, simple do-it-yourself project
  • Saves water by delivering water right where it is needed most, at the plant root zone
  • Includes 20 drippers at 1 GPH, 2 drippers at 2 GPH and 2 drippers at 4 GPH
  • Included drippers are pressure compensating (PC) providing consistent, uniform flow
  • Includes backflow preventer so water does not re-enter the main water supply through siphoning

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how long is the hose?

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February 9, 2016
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50 feet in this kit, but additional hose can be purchased at home depot fairly inexpensively, and there are connectors that allow you to connect multiple hoses.
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August 5, 2015
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50 feet in my kit
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Portland, OR metro
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August 4, 2015
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You get two 50 foot lengths of pipe (hose).
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I don't recall but if you need to go a longer distance 100 feet of 3/4 in hose is $9.50 ish, 50 feet is $6.50 ish, for the type of hose that comes in the kit its about the same price for same sizes comes in black and brown. You can also buy a bag of extensions for about $3 to connect 2 pieces. I use a round tip staple gun staple or "c" clamps ( in the pipe isle bottom shelf) to attach as I have it going Read More
I don't recall but if you need to go a longer distance 100 feet of 3/4 in hose is $9.50 ish, 50 feet is $6.50 ish, for the type of hose that comes in the kit its about the same price for same sizes comes in black and brown. You can also buy a bag of extensions for about $3 to connect 2 pieces. I use a round tip staple gun staple or "c" clamps ( in the pipe isle bottom shelf) to attach as I have it going around the house at chest height to give window boxes and hanging baskets better water pressure. I also use drip and inverted heads depending on plant watering needs. You can also purchase a container that you put Fertilizer pellets in that will attach to the system, about $11. Remember do not attach brass and plastic parts it will actually break the brass piece ( not the plastic). Hope this helps. Wish I knew all this prior. Also heat up a cup of water (2 min.) microwave and dip parts in water and they will slide together very quick and easy. Read Less
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June 29, 2015
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the bigger hose is 50' and the smaller one is 25'
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Riverside, CA
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June 28, 2015
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It's been a while but memory says 50 ft. Good kit it's how I started. Now everything is drip in my yard.
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Can i turn off individual drip emitter?

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The kit comes with two ¼” barbed ball valve, you can use it to shut off the emitter when it is installed inline with the emitter.
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June 16, 2016
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Yes, the individual dripper can be turned off at the valve.
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Can you cover any part with mulch?

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For the thicker hose that feeds the smaller ones that branch off, could you cover it with mulch so only the little hoses are showing? I don't like the look of all the black hose everywhere...
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DFW, TX
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May 21, 2016
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I covered my hose parts only. I didn't want to block the water flow at the outlet.
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Yes, you can cover the 1/2" main line with mulch. I just finished running all of my lines and attaching the 1/4" lines. My garden consists of raised beds and has thick mulch between the beds. The main lines run along the outside of the raised beds and the 1/4" lines come up and over the beds. Just make sure you have everything connected before you start covering with mulch. ;)
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How much pressure is needed?

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I have 2 rain barrels with only about 3 feet of head pressure between the spigot and my garden. Regular hose works fine but garden suffers if I'm out of town for a couple days and can't water it.
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February 9, 2016
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Not sure this product would work given this particular situation. Product appears to be designed to connect to a garden hose or water line. That said, one could try and just purchase a few minimal parts and give it a try. Everything in the kit can be purchased individually. Kit just makes it easier.
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I think 35 PSI. I doubt if this set would work in your case.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 74 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by ALMOST everything you need Great kit. Comes with almost everything you need; connectors for a faucet or rain barrel, ½in hose, ¼in hose and 24 drip emitters. There is one thing that there is just not enough of, ways to connect the ¼ hose to the ½in. The drip irrigation system I laid out has the main line (½in hose) running thru a flower bed with ¼in hoses attached going to the drip emitters at each plant. The kit includes 2 straight and 2 tee connecters to attach the ¼in hose to the ½in hose. That allows for 6 emitters. How do you connect the other 18 emitters provided? I had to search and find a HD that had the connectors in stock. Not convenient. Overall a good kit but buy additional ¼in connectors. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple to install Within a few hours you'll have a small, simple drip-irrigation system! August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy I am a beginner backyard gardener in AZ. I started out this growing season, going out every morning to hand water my garden. As the heat got hotter and hotter, I knew I couldn't miss a morning of watering, but I was suffering from the heat. I had a shade canopy over my plants to help them survive the AZ temps. My husband suggested I buy a drip system. I'm so glad I took his advice. This is simply a basic starter kit, but it got me started. I ended up adding pieces as my veggie garden grew. Saving water, time and my health. My garden is lush and beautiful. July 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good Product Easy install once you get thru the somewhat confusing instructions. Read them and just get started. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Might as well buy a sprinker After spending an hour or so and lots of cramped hands assembling (which I expected, based on other reviews), I turned it on to find that the backflow preventer sprayed water out in a jet. It looks like it is designed that way to prevent too much pressure running through the lines. I ended up just buying a sprinkler to water my pots while I was away. At least that way, I could direct all the water that was spraying out of the hose. July 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by AMAZING These kits go together so easy its amazing. All you have to do is cut to length, push the hose into the fittings, position and punch the holes on the main tube, and fit the drip lines into those holes. The one thing I did experience was a bit of difficulty pushing the 1/4" tube onto the hose barbs. My simple solution was my automatic torch with a quick burst of heat to soften the end of the tube. I'm sure a candle would work easy as well, you just have to get the feel for how much heat you need. I slapped a timer on this and am golden!! I am going to hook these systems up to everything I need watered in the yard. It just doesn't get any easier. May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Drip Irrigation Watering Kit The drip irrigation watering kit works very well. I would recommend starting with this kit and then ordering additional components after you see how much you can water with this kit. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The best drip irrigation kit I've used We tried several irrigation kits from 3 different companies (the two rain drip/drop) and this DIG one was by far the best and the most complete. Includes the proper pressure regulator which is crucial for the drippers to work at all. We used two of these kits along with an Orbit 62155 timer and it has worked flawlessly so far. July 19, 2016
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