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10 Mil 5/8" T-Tape (6,000 Ft Rolls) Medium Weight Drip Tape for Crops with longer seasons or rocky soil.

10 Mil  5/8" T-Tape (6,000 Ft Rolls) Medium Weight Drip Tape for Crops with longer seasons or rocky soil.
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     10 Mil T-Tape is a mid weight tape where you desire a little extra strength.  T-Tape is alread known for it's high quality and superiour emitters.   

     This 10 Mil is a good choice in rocky soils, in longer-season crops and where pests are a problem.

Why T-Tape?

  • One of the original and most recognized, most trusted drip tape brands in the world.

  • T-Tape helps reduce water consumption, increase crop quality, and increased crop yields.    Install T-Tape on the ground, under plastic, or even subsurface.


  • Because of T-Tape’s material strength, design, and quality production standards, it’s the drip tape that you can count on year after year.

  • Made in the USA!


  ** This is   5/8" Standard Size Drip Tape


FAQ:  How much drip tape can I run at one time on a garden hose?  Flow?

The Flow of your drip tape is the 3rd set of numbers in the Model #.  This number is stated in GPM per every 100' of tape that you run.

EXAMPLE:  EA5081245-7500   This tape outputs .45 gpm for every 100 feet that you run  OR  4.5 gpm for every 1,000' of tape that you run.

TRY IT :    1. I have 12 gpm of water coming out of your garden hose at the field/plot.   Therefore, I can run 2,666 feet of drip tape at one time.  (MATH: 12 divided by .45= 26.666   x 100 feet = 2,666 feet)

  2.  I have 14 gpm of water  "   "    " ...    Therefore, I can run 3,111 feet of drip tape at one time.

Take your Flow  (.22, .34, .45, .67, 1.34 and divide it into your GPM.  Multiply that # x 100 feet.

How do you figure your GPM ?   Take your garden hose close to your garden plot or field.  Run it for approx 2 minutes.   Then time yourself filling up a 5 gallon bucket.  How long did it take? 30 seconds would mean you roughly have 10 gpm.


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