Make bottle drip irrigation system
1. Make sure the soil is completely moist. If the soil is too dry, it will absorb all the water in the bottle before you leave. Moisture in the soil prior to the start will ensure that plants do not absorb water too quickly.
2. Get a plastic 2-liter (2-quart) bottle. A smaller bottle will do well if you have a smaller factory to take care of it. Since you bury the bottle in the soil, this method works best with garden plants or plants in large containers.
3. Use a hammer and nails to poke two holes into the bottom of the bottle. This is very important. If there are no vents at the bottom of the bottle, the water will drain out instead of draining out. This can cause algae to grow.
4. Make 3-5 holes in the sides of the bottle. You don't need much; Three to five holes will be sufficient. If you put in too many holes, the water will leak out too quickly, which is what you don't want.
5.Put the hole on the side of the bottle. When you put the bottle in the soil, turn it so that the hole is facing the plant you are watering.
It's better to start with too few holes than too many. If you don't have enough holes, you can add more holes later, but it's hard to mask the holes that already exist.
6.Dig a hole in the dirt next to the plant. The hole needs to be deep enough to cover the bottle to the neck.
Fill the bottle with water and then insert it into the hole. At this point, you can also add some liquid fertilizer. Pat the soil around the bottle, being careful not to let it in.
7. Put the lid on the bottle if necessary. The lid helps slow the flow of water; This is great for plants that don't need a lot of water, or if you're going to be away for a long time. The tighter you tighten the lid, the slower the water will flow out.
Mark the bottle with a mark on the water level. Come back in a few hours. If the water level does not change, please loosen the lid slightly. If the water level drops significantly, tighten the lid.