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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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