K-Line Irrigation Option Now For Orchardists
New Zealand orchardists now have a cost-effective, flexible and low technology option for protecting their crops against drought, thanks to RX Plastics' innovative K-Line irrigation solution.

 Tank supplier prominent in quake aftermath
In recent months, a lot of Christchurch residents will have seen roto-moulded tanks with RX Plastics on the side popping up in their neighbourhoods, especially in eastern suburbs, but very few will know that RX Plastics is an Ashburton-based company providing much needed support to the beleaguered city.

K-Line effluent dispersal
The black K-Line irrigation pods have popped up around New Zealand paddocks over the last 10 years, especially in the South Island. But anyone driving past dairy farms these days might notice something other than water being sprayed from the pods...

Pods, pipes now handle effluent
Dairy Farms large and small are offered a new, low-cost means of spreading effluent. RX Plastics, maker of the popular K-Line irrigation system, has used its pod-and-pipe concept in its K-Line Effluent range launched nationally last week at Fieldays.

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The 25,000-acre National Elk Refuge near Jackson, Wyoming is one of 548 National Wildlife Refuges throughout the country administered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS). In 2009 a project was initiated to use K-Line irrigation to irrigate the refuge.

RX chemical tanks tick all compliance boxes
THINK water reticulation products, water storage tanks and effluent disposal systems, and you'll probably also think of RX Plastics.

A Little Fieldays Magic
At the Mystery Creek Fieldays, the North Island sales team of RX Plastics watched TV3's Campbell Live programme, which featured the plight of a Kerikeri family forced from their home because of a shoddy septic tank installation.

 Setting up k-line irrigation to water rape crop a winner
The decision to set up a simple K–Line irrigation system to irrigate a summer rape crop has been a winner on the Watson family's Ida Valley property.

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