Tubing: Polyethylene tubing is the backbone of any drip irrigation system. The poly tubing transports the water from your source to your plants. The water is then released by emitters, drip lines, sprayers, or sprinklers. Emitters can be manually inserted directly into poly mainline tubing with the help of a punch.
Oval Hose™: Larger diameter poly tubing extruded into an oval shape so it can be coiled and shipped. Oval Hose™ is commonly used as a low pressure supply line or a header line for rows of drip tape.
1/4" Soaker Dripline: 1/4" poly tubing with emitters pre-installed every 6, 9 or 12 inches. It is flexible and can be used in garden beds, large containers and planter boxes, circled around trees and shrubs, and run down rows.
1/2" Emitter Tubing: 1/2" poly tubing with pressure compensating emitters pre-installed every 9, 12, 18, 24 or 36 inches. It is great for long rows on hilly or flat terrain and is commonly used in orchards, vineyards, hedgerows, and landscapes.