Drinks Bottle Watering Spike
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The Bottle top Watering Spike simply pushes into the soil to ensure the water reaches the roots and is designed to accept most plastic drinks bottles up to 2 litres....More information
The Bottle Top Watering Spikes simply push into the soil to ensure the water reaches the roots and are designed to accept most plastic drinks bottles up to 2 litres. With the 'Aqua Balance' Adjustable Dripper they are the worlds only fully automatic watering system controlled by the weather, or room conditions.
Simply Adjust the Dripper, screw it onto a partly filled plastic bottle, invert the bottle, squeeze it to clear airlocks and then put into your pre-positioned Watering Spike. When the water/air in your bottle reaches ambient temperature and pressure your Watering Spike will automatically supply measured amounts of water to your plant roots.
- Automatic watering system controlled by the weather, or room conditions.
- The long watering spikes are ideal for use in larger pot plants, outdoor beds, vegetable patches and deep rooted plants
- One filling of a litre bottle last 1.5 - 3 weeks
- Will fit most plastic bottles up to 2 litres
- Can be used indoors, outdoors and in the greenhouse
- Perfect for a 'Holiday Watering' solution
Drinks bottles collapse and in some cases the water distribution is poor or it fails to deliver water, but possibly better than nothing if going away. I would not use it if I was around to water. It may be better if installed when potting up plants.
On the manufacturer's own WebSite this product is displayed with hard plastic 1 litre water reservoir and probably works well. 2 litre plastic drinks bottles merely collapse when still a third or quarter full and flow ceases. The same happens to a lesser extent with 1 litre bottles. Clever idea but unreliable.
This product is being used in a greenhouse and has performed well. The adjustments took a little bit of care in order that the flow rate could support 2 weeks of unattended watering. As stated in the accompanying info "pop bottles" of 2 litres can be used but they DO collapse readily and tend to be permanently disfigured and unusable when left for long periods