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Seattle, WA

July 11, 2011
6:34 AM

Post #8685525

As if the drought here isn't causing enough trouble I find my drip lines to my greenhouse are not delivering water they way they should. I have 4 raised beds and the lines feed from the outer beds to the inner beds from the tank outside. The outside beds seem to receive adequate moisture but the inside beds ( the larger ones) are not. I note that the emitters have alakaline-like residue on them. Is there some way to clean these lines so they flow water more efficiently?

Thanks in advance,

Gene so

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