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Plant drinkers are made of clay. It’s a bit fragile due to its nature. Watering your nails with clay will automatically release moisture. The thinner the spikes, the faster the drainage.
Easy to use with long neck wine bottles or plastic bottles. First, dig a hole in the soil. Next, gently insert the watering stake into the soil. Fill a bottle or wine bottle with water, connect the bottle with a stake and turn it upside down.
Insert 7/8 stake into the soil to ensure better release. The more piles in the soil, the more moisture the soil can absorb. NOTE: For heavier bottles, you will need to insert almost the entire stake into the soil to prevent the stake from breaking.
When you place the bottle full of water on the stake, it takes a little time for the water to soak through the porous clay. If the soil around the stake is dry, water will automatically wick from the clay into the soil, and water will continue to wick into the soil until the soil is saturated with water, or until the bottle is empty
There is no standard release time for peaks. Usually 1 liter of water can automatically water about 7-10 days. The release rate of plant watering depends on the size of the pot, soil composition, plant requirements and climate. The purpose is to prevent the pot owner from overwatering while on vacation and to ensure the water needs of the plants. Note: Test the release rate of your plant waterer before going out to avoid damage to your plants.
The nail is 6.58 inches long and weighs 3.52 ounces.
Not only does it allow water to reach more roots, it also supports heavy bottles without damaging them.
Be moderately gentle when placing the bottle on the stake. If you slam the bottle hard or push it in, you can damage the watering pile. Simply place the bottle lightly on the stake. Especially with heavy bottles, almost the entire stake must be inserted into the soil to prevent the stake from falling off.
10 plant watering devices and identification cards (colors are given randomly, do not choose the color). The one-character identification cards are made of PVC, waterproof, directly inserted into the flower pot to identify the plant name or use time The plant waterer is made of clay, and due to its characteristics, it is a bit fragile. Clay watering nails will automatically release water. The thinner the spike, the faster the drainage.
Easy to use with long-necked wine bottles or plastic bottles. First, dig a hole in the soil. Secondly, gently insert the watering pile into the soil. Fill the bottle or wine bottle with water, connect the bottle with a stake and turn it upside down. Insert 7/8 stakes into the soil to ensure a better release effect. The more piles in the soil, the more water the soil can absorb. Note: For heavier bottles, you need to insert almost the entire stake into the soil to prevent the stake from breaking.
The package includes 10 watering columns (not including any bottles). You can choose used wine bottles or long-necked plastic bottles to be compatible with wooden stakes. Watering your nails is the perfect tool for you to recycle used bottles and release your labor at the same time.
Slow-release watering piles are used for vacation/business trips. There is no standard release time for spikes. Usually 1 liter of water can be automatically watered for about 7-10 days. The release rate of plant watering depends on the size of the pot, soil composition, plant requirements and climate. The main purpose is to prevent the owner of the flowerpot from over-watering when going on vacation/checking out, and to ensure the water demand of the plants.
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