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Nice way to recycle plastic bottles and grow your own food. :-)
Material List: a) a plastic soda bottle (empty) b) a piece of cotton string c) sharp knife d) hot piece of wire to make a role in the bottle lid ...
First empty the soda bottle, and cut it in two. Note that the bottom part should be bigger than the top part! Be careful.
Use the hot wire to make a role in the bottle lid. A small role will do. Pass the cotton string trough the bottle lid.
Put the lid back in the bottle, and turn it upside down. Cut the cotton wire and make sure its length is the same as the whole thing.
Now you add the dirt with seeds. Make sure the cotton string is strait. Add water to the bottom part of the bottle, you do not want to put too much w...
Add water only in the bottom part, never trough the top of the vase, otherwise the water will come down with dirt and algae will start to grow. Water...
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