pulsating sprinkler
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Pulsating Sprinklers

Good for: Large yards and beds, especially newly seeded lawns and clay soils, which are best watered slowly. The flow can be adjusted to suit the absorbency of the soil; and because the spray stays close to the ground, there's less drift on windy days.

Shown: Gilmour large coverage sprinkler with spike base; about $32; Bailey's Online
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