The problem is that there would only be about 15-20 micro sprays. They
*could* use maybe 150-200 GPH but I have to choke them down (with little
individual valves) to about half that to keep the well water and resultant
rust off the house, walks, etc. To keep the pump on, I'd need to use
What about it? I'd have to space them more closely which means more heads
to get the same coverage as the micro sprays.
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We use drip at our lake house on a well just because it uses a lot
less water. But it does take a lot of drippers and time. We don't
water the grass but I'd guess we have maybe a 150 drippers on garden
plants. We have sandy soil too but you can run dripprs for a short
period more often and it's like pouring a couple cups of water right
in the middle of the plant. A lot less waste. But if you've got the
well capacity to spray that is a way less work to install and to keep
Actually I was joking. See the ;-) Besides, I'll bet there is a
motor speed controller out there that would work just fine. It may be
expensive but I'm sure they are out there. Hey, looky here! Google
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