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Cohabitat. Ostatnie lato obfitowało u mnie w różne prace.


Często nie było mnie przy moich roślinach, a upały spowodowały, że większość z nich uschła. I to był dla mnie wystarczający bodziec do działania. Zbudowałem system nawadniający działający na zasadzie naczyń połączonych. Nie wymaga on prądu, pomp, kapilar, sterowników itp. Można wyodrębnić 3 elementy tego systemu: Zbiornik na wodę - woda tutaj wytraca chlor i jest ogrzana do odpowiedniej temperatury,Zbiornik napełniający - umieszczony w nim zawór reguluje poziom wody,Połączone donice - na zasadzie naczyń połączonych, woda jest rozprowadzana równomiernie do każdej z donic.

Co nam będzie potrzebne? Narzędzia: Wkrętarka. Elementy systemu: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Irrigation solaire au goutte à goutte : une technique gratuite à la portée de tous - ecoloPop. Baptisé kondenskompressor, ce système ingénieux de micro-irrigation solaire au goutte à goutte allie astucieusement recyclage, réduction du gaspillage et conservation de l’eau.

Irrigation solaire au goutte à goutte : une technique gratuite à la portée de tous - ecoloPop

Ce système d’arrosage d’une simplicité désarmante permet une utilisation optimale des ressources en eau, en particulier pour la culture dans un climat sec ou aride. Il est idéal pour les jardins communautaires, les potagers urbains mais aussi les serres de jardin. Irrigation de plants de tomates au goutte à goutte solaire. La technique du "kondenskompressor" semble avoir été mise au point vers 2008 par « Hortelano Hortament », un jardinier amateur originaire de Palma de Majorque sur les îles Baléares.

Basé sur le même principe que les distillateurs solaires comme l’Eliodomestico déjà abordé précédemment, l’idée n’est pas officiellement brevetée et ne nécessite que des bouteilles en plastique PET de récupération pour fonctionner. Ressources et documentation : Rainwater Gardening Project - Desert Permaculture 2014. Brasileiro cria irrigador solar automático feito com materiais reaproveitados – CicloVivo. Element Eco-Design Save Water with Wicking Beds - Element Eco-Design. We just finished installing five big and beautiful Wicking Beds for a client in Salmon Arm.

Element Eco-Design Save Water with Wicking Beds - Element Eco-Design

These water smart raised beds were designed extra tall with a false bottom to reduce the need for bending over while the clients tend their veggies. So what are Wicking beds you ask? Wicking beds are a great way to capture and store rain water to irrigate your raised beds from below the soil as they can be filled with a hose or connected right to your downspout. Wicking beds are raised beds with waterproof reservoir in the bottom 2/3 of the bed. The bed has a perforated pipe installed in the bottom of the bed, this pipe is covered with a fine gravel up to 10” deep. The soil will act as a wick and draw the water up from the bottom, reducing evaporation and frequency of watering. The beds pictured here are quite large but wicking beds can easily be scaled to almost any size. DIY Wicking Bed.

How to Make a Self-Watering Plant Pot. DIY $2 Self-Watering Garden Bed - Grow Produce Easily, Even in the Toughest Drought Conditions. By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World “When life gives you lemons, share them with neighbors!”

DIY $2 Self-Watering Garden Bed - Grow Produce Easily, Even in the Toughest Drought Conditions

Enthuses the Food is Free Project, a grassroots organization based out of Austin, Texas. The project isn’t advocating sharing bad luck; instead, it’s championing the idea of connecting neighbors and communities with a bounty of free, homegrown fresh produce. It all began as a single, front yard organic vegetable garden with a sign explaining that the food was free for the taking. Build your own self-watering garden The founders of the project realized that most people don’t grow their own food because of financial considerations, as well as the time it takes to maintain the plot.

A zany video demonstrating how to build the raised bed, along with a wealth of other gardening resources, can be found at the Food is Free Project website. Make the existing model obsolete As wisely observed by Buckminster Fuller, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. How to Cut Your Water Bill in Half. An Olla (pronounced oh-yah) is a handmade terracotta clay pot used by ancient cultures as a simple form of drip irrigation.

How to Cut Your Water Bill in Half

Today it can be utilized for containers, raised beds, and ground applications alike. Sustainability enthusiasts have found attaching ollas to a rainwater collection system is very functional and effective. Research has found that they were used in China over 4000 years ago and agrarian cultures living in or near desert climates have used olla irrigation methods for millennia.

Historians report that they originated in Northern Africa and were brought to the Americas by the conquistadors. Ollas may need filling weekly or daily, depending on factors such as soil type, time of year, the plant’s water needs, and climate. The videos below will teach you everything else you need to know about Ollas! Image:YouTube Share: Comments comments grow your ownvideo Related Posts. Healthy News and Information.