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Drip Depot Irrigation Supplies-Standard Drip Irrigation Kit for Small Farms
Standard Drip Irrigation Kit for Small Farms
- Water Up To 10 Rows
- 3/4" Mainline Tubing Allows Higher Flow and Longer Rows
- Utilizes 5/8" Drip Tape for Straight Row Farm Gardens
- Easy Set-Up Instructions Online
- Drip Depot Irrigation Certified
The Standard Drip Irrigation Kit for Small Farms can water up to 10 rows. Includes 3/4" Poly Tubing for mainline allowing higher flow rates and longer drip tape runs. This is a complete, self-contained drip irrigation kit that comes with everything you need to create a working system. The drip irrigation tubing (or tape) in this kit can be cut with ordinary household scissors, box cutter or tin snips. You can view and/or print the detailed installation instructions by clicking on the button below the parts list.
This kit includes everything you need to hook up to any standard outdoor water faucet or garden hose connection. Only hand tightening is required for all of the threaded irrigation parts. Image displayed may not depict the actual items included in this kit. An itemized list of parts that are included in this drip kit can be found below.
Drip Depot drip irrigation kits are completely modular in design. Even though this kit is completely self-contained and will work perfectly right out of the box, there is nothing stopping you from adding additional irrigation parts to this kit as long as you stay within the capacities and limits of the individual drip irrigation components. This means you can mix and match parts to achieve exactly what you want out of your new drip irrigation system. If you are not sure which kit is right for you, just add this kit to your compare list to get a side-by-side comparison of two or more kits to find the kit that is closest to your needs.
If this kit is close to what you are looking for but not quite right, you have three options:
- Add this kit to your shopping cart, then add additional items to your shopping cart along with the kit. If you want more of the exact same items that are included in the kit, just find the item in the itemized parts list (below) and click on it. From that page, you can add more of any of the items that are included in the kit.
- Use this kit (or any of our kits) to build your own customized drip irrigation kit. Just click the "Customize" button above to start building your own customized drip irrigation kit.
- Choose a larger kit and save the extra parts for repair or future expansion.
About Drip Depot drip irrigation kits
Drip Depot irrigation kits are the leading brand of drip irrigation kits in America. We have been designing and building our drip irrigation kits in the USA for years using only the highest quality components. In fact, many of the components of our kits are actually "agricultural quality," meaning they are designed and manufactured for the harsh conditions found in commercial agricultural use. We design our kits with these components because we know they will last for many years without failure.
When shopping for your new drip irrigation kit, please look for the "Drip Depot Certified" label to ensure you are getting the highest quality items. If it doesn't say "Drip Depot Certified," then it's not.
Drip Depot Irrigation Kits feature:
- Easy setup
- Low maintenance
- Industry standard
- Lifetime Guarantee
*Please Note: While we have compiled the best possible parts when creating our Drip Depot Kits, once in a while we may have to substitute one part for another if we are out of stock. Please review the "Kit Contents" listed below for the current items included in this kit. Image may not reflect the current items included in the kit.
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How to Make a Cheap Drip Irrigation System - DIY Guide
You want your plants to grow healthy and strong. But all plants need water, so you may be wondering about the best way to give them a sure, steady, and environmentally friendly source of it.
Drip irrigation offers a sensible alternative to most other watering methods. It delivers water directly to each plant rather than spraying it all over. That saves water, which is good for the planet. It also saves on utility expenses, which is good for your wallet. In addition, drip irrigation can produce healthier plants, cut down on weeding, save you time and offer other benefits.
Besides saving money on water, you may be interested in reducing expenses for your water system. DripWorks is here to help. Read on to learn how to make a cheap drip irrigation system.
Low-Cost DIY Drip Irrigation System
First, decide what kind of watering you need to do. Sketch a map or diagram of the layout you have in mind. A little bit of planning in advance can save you lots of time and problems later.
One of the cheapest ways to make your own DIY drip system is by using PVC pipe, which you can buy at low cost at your local hardware or big-box store. This method is ideal if you have a garden or other area with straight rows of plants you want to water.
Get 3/4" PVC pipe for your main water supply line and 1/2" PVC water pipes for each of your rows. Use your plan to figure out how many you will need. You will also need PVC glue and T connections to connect your system's components, end caps for the pipes and a female hose connector to attach your garden hose to the system. Cut the 3/4" PVC pipe where you want each 1/2" row pipe to connect. Use PVC glue to attach a T coupler at each intersection you have cut.
Then cut a six-inch piece of 1/2" PVC pipe for each row. Glue one end into the T coupler. Glue a ball valve into the other end of the short piece of 1/2" pipe, making sure the handle of the valve is on top so you can turn the water on and off for each row. Take the rest of your 1/2" pipe and cut it to the proper length for each row. Drill 1/16" holes the length of the pipe, spacing them according to your plan of how far your plants will be apart in the rows.
When you have cut and drilled your 1/2" row pipe, attach it to the ball valve. Then connect a 1/2" PVC end cap to the end of each row pipe. Also attach a 3/4" end cap to your main line. Do not glue the end caps, however. You want to be able to flush out the system in case it gets clogged with sediment, debris, or other matter.
Easy, Affordable Kits
Of course, another route to making an affordable drip irrigation system is to purchase a kit. Because a good kit has everything you need to assemble a fully functioning drip system, it can save you money compared to individually buying all the components you will need.
In addition, the right drip irrigation system kit will include full instructions that will help you assemble your system quickly and with a minimum of confusion and headaches.
|Average Assembly Time||60 + min.|
|Maximum Flow Capacity||480 GPH|
|Operating Pressure||10-15 PSI|
|Rain Barrel Compatible||Yes|
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