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Irrigation Systems: Booster pump to help city pressure through 500 feet of water

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Benton, AR

July 4, 2012
7:12 PM

Post #9193324

I live on an acre of heavily landscaped gardens with lots of daylilies. I have set up homemade irrigation systems and timers with drip and sprinklers, but find that by the time water runs from my city water to the end of the line, the pressure is not sufficient to sprinkle like it is at the first gardens on the line. Does anybody know of a booster pump that I might install midline to help give the water a bit more oomph!


Benton, AR

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