|Brand||Rain Bird||DIG||DIG||Rain Bird|
|Name||40-Piece Patio Plant Watering Kit||Drip and Soaker Vegetable Watering Kit||Landscape Drip Watering Kit||Drip System Expansion and Repair Kit|
|Included||Filter,Garden Hose Connection,Pressure Regulator,Sprinklers,Stakes,Tubing,Tubing Clips||Backflow Preventer,Tubing||Pressure Regulator,Tubing,Tubing Clips||Filter,Garden Hose Connection,Sprinklers,Stakes|
|Kit Type||Patio Starter Kit||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit||Drip Hose Bib Kits,Drip Irrigation Kit,Patio Starter Kit,Pots|
|Irrigation System Component||Kit||Kit||Kit||Kit|
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Yes you can....... We have a large garden and found it best to use two garden hoses to maintain pressure to the whole thing. We use a splitter placed on the spigot with a watering timer. It’s a lovely system
YES, VERY EASILY
Yes it does. I eliminated it when I first assembled my kit, thinking that it wasn't necessary but found out that it makes a difference. A couple of the extension tubes kept popping off due to the pressure and I found that adding the pressure regulator fixed the problem.
Yes. The recommendation would be to install it 4 to 6 inches down.
I had the same issue and it took awhile but I managed to locate some from a different manufacturer online.
Yes. You could install it on the surface or buried below.
Yes. I started out with only watering my vegetable garden but have added more sections and a 4 zone, battery operated timer. I have one zone for the vegetable garden, another for a section of flower beds, a zone that adds water to my fish pond once a week, and a fourth zone that I have hooked up to a lawn sprinkler. I have each zone set to a different length of time and set for different days of the week. It is great when we go on vacation and very easy to use.
i'm not sure that I would choose drip tape for your application. It is not rigid and will only last about one season, as this is the thin stuff. You would probably be better off using the 1/2 tubing as the main line. Then Install individual emitters attaching 1/4 hose to extend from them to reach near the ground, but out of the way of your weeding...