Drip irrigation systems promote strong healthy plants, save time and resources in your garden, and save a ton of water!! PVC based systems are easy to build, very flexible, and much less expensive than other types of drip systems.
If you have ever considered adding a drip irrigation system to your vegetable garden, this is the year!! With drought conditions over a large portion of the country, now is the time to cut your water usage and improve the quality of your vegetable garden!
With the course “Build a PVC Drip Irrigation System for your Garden” you will learn everything you need to know to get your own PVC drip irrigation system up and running this season.
Build a PVC Drip Irrigation System for your Garden
Master Gardener Rick Stone takes you through the process of building a PVC drip system. He covers all you need to know to get started. In this class you will learn:
- Why you should choose a PVC system over the other systems out there.
- How to build your system, including cutting pipe, drilling holes, and the hardware you will need.
- How to create a mainline water distribution system that will make it easy to get water to each of your garden beds
- What size of PVC pipe is best for your garden.
- Where and how many water holes will you need for the different types of crops.
- How to attach your drip system to a rainwater collection system!
- Tricks on making your system very flexible and easily reconfigured for each year in your garden.
- Using a PVC drip system in raised beds.
You will learn every detail of what you need to do to get this PVC drip system up and running in your garden.
Note: PVC drip systems don’t deal well with big changes in slope in a garden. Slopes cause uneven water pressure in the pipes and you will have some areas getting too much water and others not enough. So if your garden is on a hillside or drops more than 2 or 3 inches over 50 feet you may want to consider a different watering option.
- This course includes simple instructions on building a PVC drip irrigation system, perfect for any experience level of gardener.
- Before you start this project you should have the following tools:
- A saw or PVC pipe cutter.
- An electric drill.
- A 3/32 drill bit and a 5/32 drill bit
- You will also need a scale drawing of your garden so that you can plan out your drip system to determine how much PVC pipe you will need and what hardware.
- If you are planning on a mainline distribution system you will also need a small can of PVC glue.
- You will need to decide if you are going to make your system out of 1/2 inch pipe or 3/4 inch pipe. You will need to buy the PVC pipe and all the necessary hardware.
Summary of Course Main Features
- Instructor: Rick Stone – Expert Gardener
- On-demand video: 2 hours
- Article: 1
- Downloadable resource: 1
- This course includes:
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of completion
- Full 30-day money-back guarantee
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