Wouldn’t you want to learn to make your plants thrive and water bills shrink? And you don’t even have to be a magician to do that.
Watering your garden is a vital responsibility, and it comes hand in hand with conserving water as well. Now you find yourself in the middle of a struggle where you can’t decide which way to go. How about we tell you that you can do both and feel no guilt?
Through conscious water practices and commitment to water-saving techniques, we can help preserve this precious resource for future generations.
– A small plastic bottle
– A large plastic bottle with a tightly fitting lid
– Take the small bottle and cut it in half to get a small container (the lower part).
– Do the same for the large bottle (you will need the upper part).
– Dig a hole next to the plant you want to irrigate.
– Fill the small container with water and place it inside the hole.
– Cover the outside of the small container with soil to secure it.
– Put the upper half of the large bottle on top of the small container and place it on the ground, pressing it down slightly to set it down.
– Leave this device exposed to the sun.
– Water within the small container will eventually evaporate after being exposed to the sun
Des img: the evaporation method can save water and your garden alike.
– Once it evaporates, it will turn into drops that will stick to the ceiling of the upper half of the large bottle.
– The drops will collect on the ceiling, then slide and fall on the ground close to the plant.
– By utilizing evaporation, you’re maximizing the efficiency of water usage and minimizing waste.