Drip Tape Row Crop Kit - Large

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  • Bill - Apr 4th 2021

    Easy to Use

    Very happy with this irrigation kit. Everything I needed was in the box which was very helpful for a first time buyer. I didn't have to worry about having to make sure I got every piece I needed. The directions leave much to be desired in the form of clarity but it was easy enough to figure out.

  • ALFREDO - Mar 15th 2021

    5-Star Service

    Very good service, fast delivery

  • Lisa - Jul 1st 2020


    This kit is a good start to setting up an irrigation system.

  • C Joanna - May 28th 2020

    Saves time and water

    Wonder system complete, easy to assemble. Up and running in a few hrs. Waters where you need and the timer keeps the time and energy invested to a minimum.

  • Cassandra - Apr 3rd 2019


    Great customer service. Irrigation came as stated. Easy to follow instructions and easy installation. Tape is of great quality as well as connections. We will purchase from dripworks again!

  • Alan - Jul 20th 2018

    Great product

    The drip packages were great, easily put together and working well.


Drip Tape Row Crop Kits are perfect for watering row crops and garden beds.

This large Kit includes 4,000' of 15 mil low flow drip tape which is enough to water up to forty 100' rows (approximately 1/4 acre depending on row spacing).

This kit can easily be automated by adding a hose thread, battery-operated timer (not included) at the faucet and an alternator valve (TGNALT) instead of the hose Y valve. If installing a timer, we recommend using a high-pressure hose extension to relieve the weight of the timer assembly from the faucet.

Waters up to 40 100' rows (1/4 acre) based on 33" row spacing.


  • 4,000' of Drip Tape
  • Filter and PSI Regulator
  • 3/4" and Drip Tape Fittings
  • Punch and Hold Down Stakes
  • 200' of 3/4" Mainline Tubing

Parts List:

  • 1 - 4,000' Roll of Low-Flow Drip Tape (TAZ1508L)
  • 2 - 100' Rolls of 3/4" Mainline Tubing (34100)
  • 1 - 1" Amiad Tagline Filter (FAMCP1)
  • 2 - 3/4" Easy Loc Female Hose Beginnings (ELFH34)
  • 2 - 3/4" Easy Loc Couplers (ELC34)
  • 2 - 3/4" Easy Loc End Caps (ELMC34)
  • 40 - Drip Tape Row Starts (LSB)
  • 40 - Drip Tape End Plug (LSPLUG)
  • 4 - Drip Tape Couplers (LSC)
  • 1 - Female Hose x 1" Female Pipe Adapter (AFH1FP)
  • 1 - Male Hose x 1" Female Pipe Adapter (AMH1FP)
  • 1 - 260" Roll of Thread Sealant Tape (PCTEFSM)
  • 10 - 1/4" Goof Plugs 1 x 10 pack (14GP2-10)
  • 1 - Miracle Punch Tool (PUM)
  • 200 - 3/4" Hold Downs - 2 x 100 packs (SUHD-100)

With Timer:

  • 1 - Galcon Bluetooth High Flow Timer (TGNHFBTK)
  • 1 - Galcon Alternator Valve (TGNALT)
  • 2- 12 PSI Pressure Regulator (PRSLHH12)

Without Timer

  • 1 - High Flow Hose Y (HYVHPL)
  • 1 - 1" 12 PSI Pressure Regulator (PR1S12)
  • 1 - 1" Male Pipe x 1" Male Pipe Nipple Adapter (TMN)

The Large Kit includes 4,000' of 15 mil low flow, 8" spaced drip tape which is enough to water up to forty 100' rows. 4,000' of low flow drip tape uses approximately 800 gallons per hour (GPH). This kit must be divided into two watering zones using the included hose Y (HYVHPL) due to the limited capacity of the 3/4" mainline tubing (480 GPH). Do not exceed a maximum of 2,400' of low flow drip tape in either watering zone.

Use the included hose Y to manually switch between watering zones or automate this kit by adding a 1" High Flow Timer (TGNHF1BT) and a 1" MPT nipple (TMN) between the filter and pressure regulator. If installing a timer, we recommend using a high-pressure hose extension to relieve the weight of the timer assembly from the faucet.

Important Notes:
The pressure regulator in this kit requires a minimum of 2 GPM (120 GPH) to begin regulating the water pressure to the 10 PSI needed for the drip tape. We recommend using at least 600' of drip tape in your system to meet this minimum flow rate.

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