Holman 6mm x 25m Miniscape Drip Tube

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$31.98
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Product Description

The Miniscape Drip Line Irrigation System Tube is a 6mm drip line irrigation system for applying precise amounts of water to small garden areas and pots via integrally moulded drippers that are installed during the tubes manufacture, so that no extra nozzles are required.

Miniscape™ delivers a uniform water application, achieves substantial water savings, reduces evaporation, plant disease and weed growth. It is ideal for converting an existing spray system into a drip line system, as it can be installed above ground or under mulch, and is great for running around existing trees to form a watering ring. This can simulate the drip line of the foliage and applies water to the root zone where it is most effective.

  • Suits residential gardens and pots
  • Avoids water run off
  • Waters directly to the root zone
  • Reduces evaporation, plant disease and weed growth

Product Details

Model Name
Miniscape
Model Number
102636
Material
Plastic
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:6 L:25000
Weight
N/A
Drip & Micro Irrigation Component
Yes
Irrigation System Component
Yes
Item Package Type
Coil
Tubing Length (ft.)
25m
Tubing Size
6mm
Recommended Use
Small garden areas and pots

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