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How to provide water to a large tree surrounded by synthetic turf?

| Sep 7 10:07 AM

Looking for your recommendation's best way. My plan at this time is 2 or 3 underground drip watering loups below the canopy. Do you recommend this type of system and if so, where should it be located in the base layers? Thank you.

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The understand dripping system is a great idea: you can have the pipe buried under the turf base with water pointing up into the base rack: water will travel upwards then spread down to minimize chances of “channels” being created to harm the integrity of ground/base support of turf. Please feel free to email us at if you have any further questions, thank you.

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