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Where to buy drip feed gardening system?

Does anyone know where to buy quality drip feed systems at a good price?

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I bought a ton of stuff off irrigationdirect ; received everything quickly, and (at the time anyways) it was basically the best pricing I could find.
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Lee Valley has a selection of drip and micro spray irrigation stuff.

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starlamp wrote:
Apr 22nd, 2019 1:43 pm
Does anyone know where to buy quality drip feed systems at a good price?

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Check Lowes, our local lowes had some stuff at clearance about a month ago.
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ChubChub wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2019 9:14 pm
I bought a ton of stuff off irrigationdirect ; received everything quickly, and (at the time anyways) it was basically the best pricing I could find.
Thanks Chub; a vendor here said that ID is not "contractor grade" - IDK if this is actually true or not.

Have you had yours for a while, happy with it? I'm surprised how much this stuff costs.
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CanadianHandyman wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2019 9:26 pm
Lee Valley has a selection of drip and micro spray irrigation stuff.

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Thanks, for the set up we have, it will be more expensive at Lees.
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starlamp wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2019 11:54 pm
Thanks Chub; a vendor here said that ID is not "contractor grade" - IDK if this is actually true or not.

Have you had yours for a while, happy with it? I'm surprised how much this stuff costs.
I've had everything running for a summer; everything worked as expected.

"Contractor grade" is the type of wording that gets thrown around a lot with no real litmus test for what that means, nor any qualification for anything to actually meet it. We're are talking about plastic components that have to be able to handle (max) 100 PSI; doesn't require much of anything to handle such insignificant pressures.

Anything you find at ID is of the exact same quality as you'll find elsewhere, but without the markup from physical stores, and (apparently) high volumes.
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You might try JVK they supply the commercial greenhouse trade and do have a web store on the site.

They are at 1894 Seventh Street, P.O. Box 910, St. Catharines, ON
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Thanks folks, I'll give the ID site a go and report back here at some point on how I find the products. Appreciate the help.
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ChubChub wrote:
Apr 23rd, 2019 9:14 pm
I bought a ton of stuff off irrigationdirect ; received everything quickly, and (at the time anyways) it was basically the best pricing I could find.
Thumbs up for irrigation direct. Even if it lasts half as long, its 60% less than a box store (which is certainly not contractor grade). They do have some stainless rotary sprinkles and such as well.
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