Available in plastic or galvanized wire, the Stakes are used to secure 1/2? drip tubing or drip line to the ground. The 1/4" stakes are used to secure 1/4? micro tubing, 1/4" drip line or 1/4" soaker hose to the ground or to support drip emitters near the plant canopy.
- Available in metal or plastic in a variety of styles and sizes
- For secure and easy installation of 1/4" micro tubing, 1/4" drip line, 1/2" drip tubing and 1/2" drip line
- The 1/2" stake can hold drip tubing or drip line with .600 OD, 700 OD and .710 OD
- The 1/4" stake can hold micro tubing, soaker hose or drip line with .180 OD to .270 OD
- Heavy-duty and rugged stake design for a wide range of applications and layouts
- Used to extend or hold the micro tubing near the plants or secure 1/4" and 1/2" tubing to the ground
- UV-resistant, high-impact plastic
- 1/4" plastic stakes, 3" to 4" long
- 1/4" galvanized wire, 5" long
- 1/2" plastic stakes, 5" to 6" long
- 1/2" galvanized wire, 8" long
- Material: heavy-duty plastic or galvanized wire
How to Use
The 1/4" and 1/2" stakes are used to secure drip tubing, drip line or micro tubing to the ground.
The customary method of starting a drip irrigation installation is using the 1/2" drip tubing as the main line to deliver water to the plant areas. (For small systems such as on patios, the 1/4" micro tubing can also be used as the main line to deliver water to containers, pots and hanging baskets. Either size can be used as sub laterals or feeder lines to deliver water from the main line directly to the plants.)
How to use the 1/4" Stakes: When the 1/4" micro tubing is used as the feeder line from the 1/2" drip tubing to the plant area, add a drip emitter to the end of the tubing near the plant, and secure the emitter near the base of the plant using the 1/4" stake. Use other 1/4" stakes to secure the 1/4" tubing to the ground as needed.
How to use the 1/2" Stakes: Lay out the 1/2" drip tubing or drip line, using the 1/2" plastic or galvanized holder stakes to secure the drip tubing or drip line to the ground in key areas, and adding more stakes as you unroll the drip tubing or drip line. Add stakes every 20' - 30" and at the end of each section, or as needed.