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Drip irrigation with mineral water bottle

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What would you do when you finish drinking water from the mineral water bottle? Crush it and throw out? Or Put it in the dust bin near to you? Then wait! Think before you throw it. Nowadays, people are finding innovative ways to utilize waste items especially in the farming field.

Drip irrigation with mineral water bottle is an easy way of watering plants. No cost involved in making this. No power or piping required for supplying water. It is very easy to make. Take an empty mineral water bottle. Then make 4 or 5 small holes at the bottom of the bottle with a nail. Now fill the bottle with water and screw the cap back on to keep bugs and debris out of the water reservoir. After that insert and fix the it into the soil (approximately 2 inches) in the pot or sack in which your vegetable plants are growing. That’s it. Your drip irrigation with mineral water bottle is ready. Keep the bottle close to a side of the pot. This is to keep a distance from the plant. Water will slowly flow into the soil in the pot and plant will absorb it as and when required. Water does not overflow from the pot by doing this. Useless plastic becomes useful sometimes.


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+4 #1 SISILY ABRAHAM 2011-05-18 09:00
Take an empty mineral water bottle. Then cut the bottom of the bottle with a knife.Put one hole in the cap of the bottle & tight the cap , insert the bottle into the pot. Now fill the bottle with water . This method is very easy to fill the bottle . You can also add small amount of fertiliser in this method .then the plants absorbs these liquid fertiliser easy
Try this method.
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