diy drip watering- Take a sharp nail and heat it up using a lighter or the burner on your stove (be careful not to burn your fingers when you do this part  .    - Make four holes equally spaced on the bottom of your milk jug.  You may need to reheat the nail after each hole, which helps the nail to pierce the plastic easily.

diy drip watering- Take a sharp nail and heat it up using a lighter or the burner on your stove (be careful not to burn your fingers when you do this part . - Make four holes equally spaced on the bottom of your milk jug. You may need to reheat the nail after each hole, which helps the nail to pierce the plastic easily.

Ready to start composting? Or just ready to get better at composting? Check this handy guide first.

Ready to start composting? Or just ready to get better at composting? Check this handy guide first.

Instructions for making a drip irrigation device from repurposed plastic bottles. I have seen this with clay pots called cantaros. Looking forward to doing this to ensure deep watering of my garden even if I have to miss a day of watering.

Instructions for making a drip irrigation device from repurposed plastic bottles. I have seen this with clay pots called cantaros. Looking forward to doing this to ensure deep watering of my garden even if I have to miss a day of watering.

ThriftyFun: Everyday experts sharing wisdom and helping each other. A frugal living and gardening community since 1997

ThriftyFun: Everyday experts sharing wisdom and helping each other. A frugal living and gardening community since 1997

Si deseas aprovechar todos los feriados y sandwiches que nos regala este año 2012 sin que tus plantas se marchiten debido a alguna…

Si deseas aprovechar todos los feriados y sandwiches que nos regala este año 2012 sin que tus plantas se marchiten debido a alguna…

SELF WATERING POTS - Irrigation with ollas (unglazed clay pots) is simple and extremely efficient, but the system gave way to modern watering techniques decades ago. With this type of irrigation, gardeners fill unglazed clay urns with water and bury them near plants. The tops of the ollas (pronounced OH-yas) extend above ground so the urns can be refilled as water is absorbed.The water slowly seeps through the porous clay, directly irrigating by Janette Welsh

SELF WATERING POTS - Irrigation with ollas (unglazed clay pots) is simple and extremely efficient, but the system gave way to modern watering techniques decades ago. With this type of irrigation, gardeners fill unglazed clay urns with water and bury them near plants. The tops of the ollas (pronounced OH-yas) extend above ground so the urns can be refilled as water is absorbed.The water slowly seeps through the porous clay, directly irrigating by Janette Welsh

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