Idea for metal stocktank drainage?
I have a 4'Lx2'Hx2'W metal (galvanized) stocktank that I'm thinking about filling with soil and growing a bunch of lettuces in.
I just don't want to drill a bunch of holes in the bottom........since I'm not sure this system will work out, and I'd hate to lose its function as a stocktank.
I was thinking of this.......
There is already one drain port for the stocktank. Is there a way I could fashion some sort of pvc tubing design in the bottom of it that would drain out that hole? I would have to drill holes in the PVC tubing. I thought maybe I could make several rows of this PVC tubing that would be connected then to the drain hole that's already in the stocktank.
Is this a reasonable idea? Any others that don't involved drilling more holes in the actual tank?
This post was edited by catherinet on Mon, Feb 24, 14 at 8:01