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Beth Jackson Says:
Jul 5th, 2014 at 2:26 pm

Hi, I live in the country and have well water.  Can I use a drip system with a well system ?  I know my well is not suppose to run for too long a time.  I guess it will be ok since the drip would only come on a few times a day for 10 minutes or so.  Any advice ?  Thanks !

Stephanie Brown Says:
Jul 7th, 2014 at 8:34 am

Hello Beth,

Many areas around here are on well water and it is perfectly suitable for drip irrigation. You are correct the water would only be on maybe once every other day for half an hour or so. It’s best to water deeply and infrequently. Be sure to invest in a filter though, to make sure the lines don’t get clogged.

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