how to get maximum pressure and water volume at 300 foot distance.

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On Mon, 11 May 2015 02:44:01 +0000, Denny of PA

If you poke around a little you can find calculators that will give you the "head"generated for given lengths of various sized pipe and the additional head generated by the fittings. Then you can figure the pressure needed for the desired flow rate. As a point of reference I seldom see any irrigation smaller than 1" and 1.5" is common. That also involves runs shorter than 300'.
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Denny of PA wrote:

Maximum pressure is with the minimum diameter hose. Maximum water volume is with the maximum diameter hose.
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run the existing small lnie to a new storage tank where you need the water.
a large tank. and add a pressure tank at that end.......
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