How does the Olla work?
Ollas conserve 50 to 75% on water use, the Olla only needs to be filled about every 3 to 5 days, verses your daily, or every other day water use. First, dig a hole in the soil for the pot, bury the Olla irrigation pot only exposing the neck. Put your seeds or plants around the olla and fill it with water. The watering radius is based on the size of the Olla. Remember the pots pores allow water to slowly seep through directly to the plants roots. Great for Moringa Trees, which can get root rot quickly. The topsoil stays dry eliminating unwanted weeds and less stress to plants. Providing increased yields for veggies, fruit, herbs etc. Note: If you have chlorine in your water, the chlorine will dissipate overnight out of the olla and deliver non-chlorinated water to your plants. For this, you can also add organic fertilizers. Water base fertilizers are best; you don't want to clog the Olla pores with heavy partials. This is a highly efficient way to conserve water!
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