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  • Becky Kiser

    Drip Irrigation System w Recycled Bottle. Good idea for a couple of places my drip line does not reach. 2 liter bottle (could use smaller..like a water bottle) 2 holes in bottom, 2 in the sides. Refill bottle with water. Use the cap to control evaporation. Just refill bottle using a hose.

  • Joan Dear

    DIY: Drip Irrigation System from plastic soda bottles

  • Emma Dahl

    DIY Drip Irrigation System with Recycled Bottle

  • Corey Luniak

    DIY drip irrigation system out of recycled plastic bottles

  • Tammy Pflughaupt

    DIY drip irrigation system- now to save up some pop bottles! (from friends)

  • Frances Levis

    DIY Drip Irrigation System. Great for those of us not great at remembering to water plants.

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Drip irrigation- A pinner wrote: I do this every year and it works great! Especially during a long Texas drought- less water waste. The only thing that kept my plants going, and once the plants get growing they hide the bottles. Quick and easy way to fertilize too! Should work well in Arizona too!