Thanks to https://www.dripdepot.com/ for donating the supplies for this drip irrigation install! As part of the 2020 Epic Garden refresh, it was time to fix up the old drip irrigation system. It wasn’t BAD, it just wasn’t optimal. And I had more beds to add on to the system.
I switched from drip line to drip tape for more durability and organization. I also added a footer row to the end of the drip tape for each bed for stability.
The most important thing when installing a drip irrigation system for raised beds is calculating the total gallons per hour output of your proposed system. Then, check and see if the main line tubing will support that level of output. I chose 1/2″ tubing, which supports 200GPH output, and my system is well under that, so I was safe!
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