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No adapter necessary; just unscrew the piece that is comes with (comes with both pieces attached).
Doe…
· June 6, 2021
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Hello my friend! It is very flexible. As the sprinkler heads are sufficient, you can use according to your need.
SPANEE
Seller · September 7, 2020
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I would say 3 to 5 inches depending on the water pressures
Johanna Heimlicher
· September 20, 2020
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They don’t work there a bunch of crap . Bought the auto pots instead they work great
randy smith
· December 17, 2021
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I would say "no". It is unlikely to generate enough pressure to water provide water to all of the sprinkler heads.
Bill Mechefske
· October 4, 2020
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As long as your line pressure and volume is adequate there should be no problem, emitters require very little pressure or volume to work well.
Richard Quaale
· May 26, 2021
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There is a connector to connect to the end of a hose. I ran a house and clamped it to the fence. I added a 3 way one for this system and one for the hose. I ran the entire length of piping and all of the droppers and about 6 sprayers.
Eldnearb
· July 31, 2022
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That specific tee pairs with the orange sprinklers.
Doe…
· June 4, 2021
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I found that the kit itself is subpar in the context. The green parts required a large hose input, or better yet - a proper tap. It is not ideal for that.
This kit is only good for its smaller parts, but they tend to get clogged and rather fast, much faster with nutrient filled water due to residue.
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I found that the kit itself is subpar in the context. The green parts required a large hose input, or better yet - a proper tap. It is not ideal for that.
This kit is only good for its smaller parts, but they tend to get clogged and rather fast, much faster with nutrient filled water due to residue.

In other words, you're better off getting another kit.
I found in Home Depot a rainbird brand kit that is at least 10 times better, if not more. That being said, my total cost for all the parts I got was 150$.
I did end up returning this item, it was just... mah... see less
I found that the kit itself is subpar in the context. The green parts required a large hose input, or better yet - a proper tap. It is not ideal for that.
This kit is only good for its smaller parts, but they tend to get clogged and rather fast, much faster with nutrient filled water due to residue.

In other words, you're better off getting another kit.
I found in Home Depot a rainbird brand kit that is at least 10 times better, if not more. That being said, my total cost for all the parts I got was 150$.
I did end up returning this item, it was just... mah...

Jonathan…
· January 29, 2021
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You have enough parts to set up watering for more than 6 plants however you’ll need to connect the feeder line to a timer to come on each day and shut down when plants are watered.
Don B
· February 6, 2021