Stakes – Tips for my garden

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Stakes are used to delimit the points where the pipes and sprinklers of the underground irrigation system will be placed. They are accessories that are not fundamental in the system, but are very useful in the construction phase, since they are used to identify the holes where the main elements of the system must be placed.

Characteristics

Pegs are shaped like rods consisting of a pointed base and a curved handle or nail-like head. All stakes end in a point to be inserted into the ground and grass and to mark the points where digging will take place. In fact, in the underground system, it would be very difficult to identify the excavation points without resorting to the use of these important accessories. In the upper part of the handle, or on the sides, the pins are formed by slots which also allow the sprinklers and pipes of the system to be fixed and their correct functioning to be tested before final burial. The dimensions of these posts vary according to the pipes to be installed. We will therefore have small diameter pins, useful for fixing and testing thirteen or sixteen millimeter tubes, but also those of larger diameter, useful for fixing larger pipes. The stakes allow, in fact, to install both the main ducts (collectors) and the secondary ones of the system (capillary ducts). They are also essential for marking the areas where the sprinklers will be placed. Without stakes, the installation of pipes and sprinklers would be done randomly, not guaranteeing the proper functioning of the system. Stakes can be made of wood or heat-resistant plastic. They usually have a maximum of one meter in height. also essential for marking areas where sprinklers will be placed. Without stakes, the installation of pipes and sprinklers would be done randomly, not guaranteeing the proper functioning of the system. Stakes can be made of wood or heat-resistant plastic. They usually have a maximum of one meter in height. also essential for marking areas where sprinklers will be placed. Without stakes, the installation of pipes and sprinklers would be done randomly, not guaranteeing the proper functioning of the system. Stakes can be made of wood or heat-resistant plastic. They usually have a maximum of one meter in height.

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The pegs are sold with a cord which will be used to trace the path of the pipes. The cord will then mark the “path” of the pipes, while the pins will mark the exact placement points of the sprinkler. The stakes can be used both on the lawn and on the ground. The pointed base easily penetrates the ground, showing very obvious signs that digging will need to be done later. Sometimes, instead of wire, plaster can be used to mark the route of the pipes from the first stake fixed in the ground to the last. The pegs should mark the entire surface that will house the sprinklers and pipes. In some cases, these poles can also be used to support other elements of the irrigation system. This does not happen in the case of subsurface irrigation, but in the case of drip irrigation and micro-irrigation, where the stakes serve as support for sprinklers and pipes. By attaching these to the posts, you will be able to reach plants of any height and water them properly and with the right water level. What is at stake for outdoor facilities is actually called support stakes. In external irrigation, stakes are often made of wood, to blend in and harmonize with the cultivated plants. Support stakes are also used on the terrace, for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers. where the pins serve as support for the sprinklers and hoses. By attaching these to the posts, you will be able to reach plants of any height and water them properly and with the right water level. What is at stake for outdoor facilities is actually called support stakes. In external irrigation, the stakes are often made of wood, in order to blend in and harmonize with the cultivated plants. Support stakes are also used on the terrace, for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers. where the pins serve as support for the sprinklers and hoses. By attaching these to the posts, you will be able to reach plants of any height and water them properly and with the right water level. What is at stake for outdoor facilities is actually called support stakes. In external irrigation, the stakes are often made of wood, in order to blend in and harmonize with the cultivated plants. Support stakes are also used on the terrace, for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers. You will have the ability to reach plants of any height and water them properly and with the correct water level. What is at stake for outdoor facilities is actually called support stakes. In external irrigation, stakes are often made of wood, to blend in and harmonize with the cultivated plants. Support stakes are also used on the terrace, for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers. You will have the ability to reach plants of any height and water them properly and with the correct water level. What is at stake for outdoor facilities is actually called support stakes. In external irrigation, stakes are often made of wood, to blend in and harmonize with the cultivated plants. Support stakes are also used on the terrace, for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers. for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers. for watering potted plants. Sometimes, and always in drip irrigation, stakes can be integrated directly into the drippers.

Drippers are used in drip irrigation, to bring water to the base of plants. These devices are often mounted on jacks which become an integral and fundamental part of the system. Droppers are placed at the top of the pile and placed at the ends of the capillary tube. The support pins of the drippers are made of plastic, while the micro-sprinkler, also called sprinkler, will consist of an internal silicone membrane which prevents the formation of limestone. Nozzle drippers have an adjustable flow rate that ranges from zero to forty liters per hour. The dripper can be easily removed from the stake for periodic cleaning of the device.

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