Sprinkler system developed by rednecks that entail a regular garden hose run from tree to tree with holes made by a pocket knife at all desired water flow locations. Benefits: cheaper and easier to self-install than a formal sprinkler system, no possible damage to sprinkler heads by incompetent gardeners, can adjust water flow by either adding more holes or putting duct tape to decrease flow
Downfalls: too many holes lead to pressure decrease in whole system, may freeze in winter
Over the weekend I installed a new set of necklers for our garden.
The neckler system in front of your house is very effective.
Necklers are easy to install and cost effective.