Build a PVC Drip Irrigation System for your Garden

Learn all you will need to know to improve your vegetable gardening by adding a PVC Drip system to water your plants

This may be the most useful garden video you have ever watched!!  Learn how to make your own PVC drip irrigation system for your garden.

What you’ll learn

  • Learn why you should choose a PVC system over the other systems out there..
  • Design a PVC drip system for your garden..
  • Create a main line water distribution system that will make it easy to get water to each of your garden beds.
  • Build your system, including cutting pipe, drilling holes, and the hardware you will need..
  • Learn tricks to make your system very flexible and easily reconfigured for each year in your garden..
  • Determine the size of PVC pipe that is best for your garden.

Course Content

  • Drip System Basics –> 5 lectures • 27min.
  • Building Your drip system –> 9 lectures • 34min.
  • Getting water to your system –> 5 lectures • 14min.
  • Using Your System –> 6 lectures • 21min.
  • Using your PVC Drip System in Raised Beds –> 4 lectures • 22min.

Build a PVC Drip Irrigation System for your Garden

Requirements

  • This course includes simple instructions on building a PVC drip irrigation system, perfect for any experience level of gardener..
  • Before you start this project you should have the following tools: 1. A saw or PVC pipe cutter. 2. An electric drill. 3. A 3/32 drill bit and a 5/32 drill bit.
  • You will also need a scale drawing of your garden so that you can plan out your drip system to determine how much PVC pipe you will need and what hardware..
  • If you are planning on a main line distribution system you will also need a small can of PVC glue..
  • You will need to decide if you are going to make your system out of 1/2 inch pipe or 3/4 inch pipe. You will need to buy the PVC pipe and all needed hardware..
  • Only the most basic skills with a saw, PVC cutter and a drill are needed to build this PVC drip irrigation system..

This may be the most useful garden video you have ever watched!!  Learn how to make your own PVC drip irrigation system for your garden.

*** August 2018 Update – This course now has 26 minutes of new content including a new section on using a PVC drip system in raised beds!!

If you have ever considered adding a drip irrigation system to your vegetable garden, this is the year!!  With drought conditions over a large portion of the country, now is the time to cut your water usage and improve the quality of your vegetable garden!

Learn everything you need to know to get your own PVC drip irrigation system up and running this season.

Drip irrigation systems promote strong healthy plants, save time and resources in your garden and they save a ton of water!!  PVC based systems are easy to build, very flexible and much less expensive than other types of drip systems.

Master Gardener Rick Stone takes you through the process of building a PVC drip system. He covers all you need to know to get started.  In this class you will learn:

  • Why you should choose a PVC system over the other systems out there.
  • How to build your system, including cutting pipe, drilling holes,  and the hardware you will need.
  • How to create a main line water distribution system that will make it easy to get water to each of your garden beds
  • What size of PVC pipe is best for your garden.
  • Where and how many water holes will you need for the different types of crops.
  • How to attach your drip system to a rain water collection system!
  • Tricks on making your system very flexible and easily reconfigured for each year in your garden.

With almost 90 minutes of content you will learn every detail of what you need to do to get this PVC drip system up and running in your garden.  And of course this video comes with a full 30 day money back guarantee.  If for any reason you are not satisfied with this class you can have a full refund!  Buy it now, as the price will be going up in only a few months!!

A quick warning for those of you who’s garden has a slope.  PVC drip systems don’t deal well with big changes in slope in a garden.  Slopes cause uneven water pressure in the pipes and you will have some areas getting too much water and others not enough.  So if you garden is on a hill side or drops more than 2 or 3 inches over 50 feet you may want to consider a different watering option.