drip tape for vegetables

pollyrs(9)August 21, 2009

Has anyone had experience with using drip tape (T-Tape) for watering their veggie garden here in the metro Phoenix area? It sounds like it would be a better solution for me than my current soaker hose attempts.

Thanks for any input

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I'm using the drip hose (not exactly t-tape) with excellent results. I ran two lines between three rows of vegetables, and then mulched it with a lot of shredded trees.

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However, I have a timer, valves and the complete automated system.

The hose-end battery-operatied timers are CRAP in this heat.

    Bookmark   August 21, 2009 at 8:00PM
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MaryMcP Zone 8b - Phx AZ

I do the same as lazygardens but have been using hose end, battery operated timers with no problem. But they are not in direct sun, maybe that helps.

    Bookmark   August 22, 2009 at 9:28AM
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