1/4" Soaker Dripline 12" Spacing

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  • Christopher - May 20th 2019


    Overall good customer service, fast shipment and accurate order fulfillment. This would turn into a five star review if shipping was not so expensive.

  • Alexandra - May 9th 2019

    Love it

    Set up was easy, working like a charm!

  • Patric - Jun 25th 2018

    So far so good....Hoping it doesn't plug up!

    I buried the soaker in about 3 inches of ground...I am worried about dirt plugging up the drip holes.

  • Douglas - May 31st 2018

    Love my dripline!

    Works great! Use several hundred feet over the last few years.

  • Peggy - May 22nd 2018

    love this drip line

    Sturdy, easy to work with. So far so good.

  • Chris - May 10th 2018

    Never disappointing

    Great products, reasonable prices

  • Joe C - Mar 31st 2018

    1/4 inch drip line hose

    Love my drip line hose makes it easier to water my garden spaced at 12 inch intervals perfect.

  • ALICIA - Jul 4th 2017

    Quality all around

    Easy ordering, speedy delivery, quality product at a great price. Thanks!

  • The Plant Guy - Jun 30th 2017

    1/4" soaker dripline: versatile, easy to use.

    Easy to use product for my blueberry & conifers in containers. I use a 1/4" barbed coupler & 1/4" poly line off 1/2" poly tubing with stakes holding the line on the soil surface. Great on hilly terrain too; very little water run off.

  • Stephanie - Jun 25th 2017

    Soaker Dripline

    Flexible to work with. Plenty of length for a small garden. 12" spacing works well with distance between plants. Works well with pressure regulator.


The 1/4" Soaker Dripline with 12" Spacing from DripWorks provides an economical, versatile, and effective way to water many types of plants and gardens. Use this drip irrigation with 12-inch intervals for veggie garden applications as well as for flower beds and borders, around trees or shrubs.

This 12-inch drip-line tubing is also ideal for rows, raised beds and container planting. Because of its flexibility, you can wind it through or around many areas for watering.

This versatile dripline also works well with gravity and low-pressure systems. If you are wondering how to correctly use 1/4" drip emitter line or how to install it, watch our Soaker Dripline video to see how easy it is to work with.

How to Use Soaker Dripline:

  • Use a punch to make a 1/4" hole in themainline tubing where each line of Soaker Dripline will connect.
  • Insert a 1/4" transfer barb or 1/4" micro flow valve into the beginning of each line of Soaker Dripline, then connect to the mainline tubing.
  • Place the Soaker Dripline around your plants, being careful not to exceed the maximum run length for a single line.
  • Use a 1/4" goof plug to seal off the end of each line of Soaker Dripline.
  • Use U-shaped or J-shaped wire hold downs to pin the Soaker Dripline in place.
  • The Miracle Insert Tool can be used to easily insert transfer barbs and goof plugs into Soaker Dripline.


Flow rate is measured in gallons per hour (GPH) and varies with pressure:

  • Flow rate at 10 psi is approximately 42 GPH per 100' roll (0.42 GPH per emitter)
  • Flow rate at 20 psi is approximately 60 GPH per 100' roll (0.60 GPH per emitter)
  • Flow rate at 30 psi is approximately 80 GPH per 100' roll (0.80 GPH per emitter)

Maximum recommended run length for a row of 12"-spaced Soaker Dripline is 34 feet.

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