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Is there an attachment available for 1/4" drip systems that will produce a circular spray pattern between 10 and 12 inches in diameter?

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You could try a fogger or mister tip they produce a fin mist.. home depot had them.. you might want to ask one of there guys, i have a hard time finding them when i go to look.. jay.. the guy in Florida that repairs pumps in longwood

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