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Do you have to take all your drip tubing up before (real michigan) winter?  RSS feed

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Since I love to do experiments, I am setting up an experiment between drip irrigated new blueberry plants, and not irrigated new blueberry plants.

I have never installed drip irrigation, though I have done some reading and watched some youtube. I am getting mixed information about if I have to remove all the tubing here in michigan, every winter, or just all the timers and valves and pressure reducers.

What says the group?

thanks in advance,

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Location: 6200' westen slope of colorado, zone 6
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In my experience, in a cold climate in Colorado, you do not need to take it all up. I would make sure to drain it. I would make sure that after you drain it, the ends are closed so mice dont climb in. But as long as it is drained and closed, I think you would be okay.
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