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We have a fairly temperate weather but the first day of summer surprised us with a 90F temperature and our garden now looks rather wilted.
I have been using el-cheapo sprinkler but it requires moving it around a few times so I tried an "orbit" tripod sprinkler and it was too low and the water stream got caught in the bushes so I was wondering what you folks recommended.
 
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Hi! I'm a neighbor! Just wanted to ask what size area you are looking to water and if it's a veggie garden?
 
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Hello neighbor!
It is s before garden about 1/10th acre
 
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