Nursery Irrigation Kit - Medium

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This kit is designed to water 8 tables with 8 pots per table in two watering zones. The kit comes with Octabubblers which turn the pot stream sprayers into a pressure compensating sprayer. The flow can be adjusted on the sprayer, however the maximum output of each outlet of the OctaBubbler will be the same. The pot streams sprayers can be adjusted down for smaller pots or completely turned off if a plant is sold or moved. The flexibility in the products included in this kit make it great from the every changing nursery environment.

Make this kit fully automated with the addition of a timer and alternator valve.


  • 100' 1/2" Mainline
  • Pressure Compensating Octabubblers
  • Adjustable Sprayerss
  • Filter and Regulator included
  • High flow hose Y for two zones

Parts list:

  • 1 - 100' roll of 1/2" mainline (12100)
  • 2 - 100' rolls of 1/4" poly tubing (14100)
  • 1 - Garden Filter (FYCH)
  • 1 - 20 PSI regulator (PRSG20)
  • 1 - High Flow Hose Y (HYVHPL
  • 2 - Female Hose Starts (ELFH)
  • 2 - Easy Loc Tees (ELT)
  • 4 - Easy Loc Elbows (ELL)
  • 4 - easy Loc End Caps (ELMC)
  • 8 - 1/2" Easy Loc to 1/2" female pipe tees (EL12FT)
  • 8 - PVC nipples (P12CN)
  • 8 - OctaBubblers (ROCTABUB6)
  • 2 - 25pk Pot Stream Sprayers (DPS-25)
  • 3 - 5pk Pot Stream sprayers (DPS-5)
  • 1 - Roll of Thread Sealant tape (PCTEFSM)

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