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Flat Head Spray Nozzles for Plant Propagation.

Last updated : 1 December 2014
flat head spray nozzle

Flat head spray nozzle

We use these flat head spray nozzles that are specially designed for outdoor use.  They deliver a pattern of water that is almost perfectly horizontal.  The water is atomized, but only to a point.  What makes these nozzles unique is that the droplets of water are tiny, yet just large enough to not be easily carried by the wind.  Other nozzles don’t work because all of the water just blows away.

One nozzle can easily water hundreds of cuttings. We just keep sticking cuttings in the bed and as soon as we get out of range of the first spray nozzle we add another.

It only takes minutes to install each spray nozzle. If one spray nozzle is all you need, that’s fine. The system happily runs one nozzle.

The spray nozzles plug into plastic PVC piping that is hooked to a garden hose. The water is turned on and off automatically, as needed, by an automatic water valve which is controlled by an electronic controller. The controller is mounted inside of a garage or shed and plugs into a regular household outlet. Of course the outlet should be a GFI type of outlet for safety reasons.

If all you need are Flat Head Spray Nozzles we sell them stand alone as a package of five which includes the nozzle in the picture with the legs and the tubing.

Click here to Order Five Flat Head Spray Nozzles. 
Total Price $48.00.  Shipping is Free.

 

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  1. Jama Parsons says

    I think I may have registered again by accident. Oops! Or like you so much I want to see you twice as much? Hmmm! I think just once will be good. Sorry, love your donkey kids! Thanks for the smiles and knowledge!
    From North Bend, WA. Jama Parsons.
    About the Pink Dogwoods, can you turn them pink the same way you can pink up Hydrangeas? Was going to cut down my Pink Dogwood because I fear it will mess with my septic drain field and it blocks some sun from my Hibiscus Trees. And here at the foot of the Cascade Mountains my Hibiscus need all the sunshine they can get. Now you make me feel like my Pink Dogwood is to special to remove. It’s almost ten years old and very pretty when in bloom. I’ll send a pic when it blooms. Keep up all that you do I learn so much and am also always entertained. Thanks so much to you all!!!! You are special friends, Jama

  2. Bruce Ames says

    I really need just one to find out if this works for me. If not I’ll try to make do with some of the Dig sprinklers.

    Thank you, Bruce

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