Drip Tape Row Crop Kit - Medium

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  • Jill - Jun 16th 2021

    Excellent Customer Service

    We are just setting up our dripworks system so it is too premature to do a full review but so far so good. The product is what we expected so far. One thing we can say for certain is that this company has excellent customer service. The product arrived in a very timely manner although we were missing some fittings. We called the company and they got us those products right away. This company treats their customers with great ethics, courtesy, and respect. Thank you, Charles and Jill Ellis

  • JO ANNE - Apr 8th 2021

    Superior performance

    Both the company & the products they sell are top notch. The website is easy to navigate, you order is shipped promptly and their products perform well. I've used the drip tape and the drip line systems for ground crops & raised bed gardens.

  • Terrie - Mar 24th 2021

    Great product

    I’m 70 years old and needed to have this in my large garden. It went together great, and was simple to handle. The company is also wonderful to work with. Very timely

  • Nicole - Mar 15th 2021

    Very Happy!

    It was so great to have everything in one pack for our tight timeline! Bonus: the box arrived SO FAST!! Thank you Drip Works! We have been really impressed!!

  • Jennifer - Feb 7th 2020

    Flower Farmer

    It arrived in a timely fashion and all the parts look like they are there. We won't be putting it together for a few weeks so I can't attest to its functionality just yet.

  • Bonnie - Oct 31st 2019

    Drip Gardener

    We love the DripWorks irrigation system! Use it in 2 large vegetable gardens and 3 flower gardens and wouldn't have it any other way. Beats the old hose/nozzle watering hands down AND you know your gardens are getting consistent watering with the timer!

  • Colin - May 24th 2019

    Great product but needs a few extra parts.

    This was a super easy set up. I wanted to set up my rows so they all had their own individual shut off valves. I would recommend buying some 1/2" Easy Loc Coupler With Valve to isolate rows. If you have short rows get some more drip tape starts and plugs. You will pretty much need more of all the fittings if you have a garden with more smaller rows. Its a great product overall. Very happy.

  • Violet - Jul 19th 2018

    Great Product

    Great product that is easy to install and custom fit to your needs. I am very impressed with the quality.

  • Julianne - May 29th 2018

    Medium Drip Tape Row Crop Kit

    So far, I've noticed a DRAMATIC difference in the the amount of weeds I have in my garden. They are so much more manageable than a sprinkler system. Not to mention the amount of water I do use on a daily basis. I do have issues with leaking of one connection point to the main line, and at the water faucet head.

  • David - May 11th 2018

    Tape ends

    Laid 2000 foot alone from out of the box to watering crops never used anything like this before, not to bad. We will see how it holds up. Only problem was the tape end caps are a little touchy.


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

This medium Kit includes 2,000' of 15 mil low flow drip tape which is enough to water up to twenty 100' rows (approximately 1/8 acre depending on row spacing).

The Drip Tape Medium Row Crop Kit from DripWorks makes it easy to irrigate up to 20 100-foot rows or 1/8 acre efficiently and economically. This row cover kit includes 2,000 feet of drip irrigation tape, 100 feet of mainline tubing and a filter and PSI regulator.

You also get all the hardware you need for connections as well as hold-down stakes and more. An optional timer is available for fully automatic operation.

Waters 20 100' rows (1/8 acre) based on 33" row spacing.


  • 2,000' of Drip Tape
  • Filter and PSI Regulator
  • 1/2" and Drip Tape Fittings
  • Punch and Hold Down Stakes
  • 100' of 1/2" Mainline Tubing

Parts List:

  • 2 - 1,000' Rolls Low-Flow Drip Tape (TAZ1508LSR)
  • 1 - 100' Roll 1/2" Mainline Tubing (12100)
  • 1 - Home Garden Filter (FYCH200)
  • 2 - 1/2" Easy Loc Female Hose Beginnings (ELFH)
  • 2 - 1/2" Easy Loc Couplers (ELC)
  • 2 - 1/2" Easy Loc End Caps (ELMC)
  • 20 - Drip Tape Row Starts (LSB)
  • 20 - Drip Tape End Plug (LSPLUG)
  • 3 - Drip Tape Couplers (LSC)
  • 10 - 1/4" Goof Plugs 1 x 10 pack (14GP2-10)
  • 1 - Punch Tool (PUPUR)
  • 100 - 1/2" Hold Downs - 1 x 100 pack (SUHD-100)

With Timer:

  • 1 - Galcon Bluetooth Flip Open LCD Timer (TGNLIDBT)
  • 1 - Galcon Alternator Valve (TGNALT)
  • 2 - 10 PSI Pressure Regulator (PRSG10)

Without Timer:

  • 1 - High Flow Hose Y (HYVHPL)
  • 1 - 10 PSI Pressure Regulator (PRSG10)

The Medium Kit includes 2,000' of 15 mil low flow, 8" spaced drip tape which is enough to water up to twenty 100' rows. 2,000' of low flow drip tape uses approximately 400 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 1/2" mainline tubing (240 GPH). Do not exceed a maximum of 1,200' 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 hose thread, battery-operated timer (not included) at the faucet, and replacing the hose Y with the Galcon Alternator valve (not included). 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 0.5 GPM (30 GPH) to begin regulating the water pressure to the 10 PSI needed for the drip tape. We recommend using at least 150' of drip tape in your system to meet this minimum flow rate. Using less than 150' of drip tape at a time may cause leaking at fittings and possibly damage the drip tape.

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