Two years ago I had an irrigation system installed in my garden; now I'd like to expand it with a drip line.
The man who installed the system left a tube specifically for this purpose, and today I unearthed it; the problem is that I don't know the name of the connector I need, and also I was unable to remove the cap that is closing the tube.
I don't want to apply excessive force to avoid breaking the tube. I tried unscrewing the black part from the blue one, turning the cap counterclockwise.
Is this the right way to do it? Is the cap simply stuck since it was buried for two years? Do I need special tools or would a couple of wrenches do the trick?
(Note: the tube isn't under pressure, there's a valve on the other end.)
Also, shops are closed due to Covid-19 (I'm in Italy); what kind of conector should I search for on Amazon?