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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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Still a great idea for recycling plastic bottles. You could also use this method to water plants while you're away.

Recycled Drip Irrigation System - right-side up 2-ltr. bottle with 2 holes punched in the sides and 2 in the bottom. Plant it deep next to your plants you wish to water. By screwing the caps back onto the bottles after refilling, the water is released slower.

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Irrigation/ Drip for the garden. I also set up some 20oz water bottles in my outside big potted hydrangeas for when I'm away from home over night.

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Drip irrigation reuse for Container Gardening: reuse a plastic bottle! "Leaving the bottle right-side-up and and poking the small hole(s) in the bottom of the 2 liter bottle, because then I can screw the cap back on and keep bugs, like mosquitoes, and garden debris out of the water reservoir"

  • Kitty Relph-Cash

    Can you do this with smaller bottle's for smaller pots?

  • Tina Lavallee

    I used empty salad dressing bottles,with the bottoms cut off and turned upside down for smaller pots. I punched holes into the sides and left the cap on. It works wonderfully.

  • Joanna Clayton

    This works amazing placed on top of zucchini or squash mounds with just holes in the bottom. Gallon milk jugs with a few rocks so they don't tip over.. A couple of holes just at the bottom.. Fill with water every few days, solves a difficult watering problem for plants that don't appreciate a downpour from above.

  • Ann Vachon

    Super idea for when you are away and can't water everyday

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easy on the eyes...could also use in a larger planter. :D