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Friday, May 9th 2014, 1:44pm

by Wet_Boots

You don't get to scrimp on tubing size. It takes the (larger than) half-inch stuff to supply the water, with fittings made especially for it, no clamping required, and smaller 1/4-inch "spaghetti" tubing to feed individual plants and containers. The interface between the two tubing sizes is usually by way of "emitters" that are individually "punched into" the larger tubing.

Friday, May 9th 2014, 9:39am

by Evans0001 (Guest)

Drip line help

I am new to this sprinkler stuff. I have a 1/2 drip line rubbing through my landscape plants in front of my house. I would like to add additional lines off of this. I would like to get water to planters by front door as well as to flower boxes on house. Not sure how to do this. If I cut into tubing, what kind of connector do I use (T-connector maybe?) I also do not am want the additional water lines to be so big maybe like 10-32 or something like that? Not sure what I need. Thanks for any help y'all can give