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The system was easy to assemble –  We did lay out landscape fabric, drove the conduit in the ground (Both pieces) and then covered the ground with mulch.  To cut the PVC pipe we used a chop saw with a fine tooth blade to ensure that the cuts were straight.  A couple of cable ties to help hold the drip tubes to the poles and a little tape to help keep the top “T” in place was all that was needed to finish the system.  Before adding any growing medium we did run the pump to ensure that all the plumbing was sloped correctly.  Once all of that was complete we added the soil, now we are waiting on the seeds to get big enough to transplant –  more pictures to follow…

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