I have a tomato plant which were getting yellow from it's leaves and I wasn't getting much time to water the plant so I make this drip irrigation which can be adjusted to the plants need ,the open from the upside is for easy refilling so don't have to take it out fill and put back so I just go and just fill it right there.
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Step 1: Tools and Equipments
Lighter and Hot glue stick
16'' wood stick
Adjustable nozzle dripper
Couple of Zipties
2x Screws 1 inches
Step 2: Making a Easy Spot for Refilling
mark down a circle 2 inches from bottom and cut it out by the scissors.
Step 3: Attaching the Nozzle
Make a hole exactly like the nozzle in to the cap of bottle,put the nozzle in to the hole and secure it with hot glue (My glue gun is broken down) so I am using the lighter it's also a life hack for the hot glue stick .tighten the cap back to the bottle.
Step 4: Attaching a Stand
Make a hole by 2 inches apart and from one end,drill a screws from the stick to bottle and tighten it so It won't move,take some zip ties wrap it around the neck area of the bottle with the stick and simply twist the nozzle to allow very minimum amount of drips to go through.
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