I have a 20x20 garden away from any water sources other than me transporting my 40 gallon tank in the back of my truck. Currently I use this tank to repeatedly fill a water can or sometimes I hook up a garden hose to it. Either method requires me to slowly deliver the water right at each plan. I'm considering mounting another 40 gallon tank in one corner of the garden and running a small network of soaker hose down each row of vegetables. I would back my truck up to the new tank and quickly fill it from my truck tank, then let gravity feed the soaker hose. I can then spend that watering time weeding or doing other garden chores. All the diagrams I see online have a household spigot as the water source. Obviously a pressurized water system spigot has more water pressure behind it than the limited pressure I will achieve with a gravity fed tank system. I've never used soaker hose before so don't know how it would perform in this configuration. I am OK if it takes hours to deliver the water - that's part of the appeal. Just wasn't sure if the small tank would have the pressure to uniformly deliver all the water. Anybody know?