A Simple Way To Water Your Garden During A Drought
Ever wish there was a simple economical way to keep your plants alive during a water shortage? There is and it has been around since ancient times… It is called an Olla.
An Ancient Watering Pot Called Olla!
An Olla is a porous clay pot that is buried in the ground near the roots of your plants, you fill with water and it slowly seeps through the pores of the clay pot and waters the area around the roots of the plant.
Underground watering is more efficient does not evaporate like above ground watering does and might be close to 100 percent effective.
Want To See An Olla Being Made?
While searching for images of Ollas I found this video of a potter throwing an Olla, it is about 3.5 minutes long, not to long and will give you an idea of what it takes to make an Olla.
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