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1. A rotating sprinkler attached to a hose, which moves itself by gradually reeling in the extended hose, or by propelling itself along a wire (also referred to as a "reel irrigator"). See also [[Rain gun irrigators]] and [[Quick coupler irrigators]].<br>
 
1. A rotating sprinkler attached to a hose, which moves itself by gradually reeling in the extended hose, or by propelling itself along a wire (also referred to as a "reel irrigator"). See also [[Rain gun irrigators]] and [[Quick coupler irrigators]].<br>
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This is a picture of a typical water reel used for low maintenance athletic fields and somteimes larger yards
  
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'''Source:'''http://ipcm.wisc.edu/programs/school/section_2/pic_irrigation.htm

Revision as of 20:32, 28 February 2006


1. A rotating sprinkler attached to a hose, which moves itself by gradually reeling in the extended hose, or by propelling itself along a wire (also referred to as a "reel irrigator"). See also Rain gun irrigators and Quick coupler irrigators.
irrigation.jpg
This is a picture of a typical water reel used for low maintenance athletic fields and somteimes larger yards

Source:http://ipcm.wisc.edu/programs/school/section_2/pic_irrigation.htm