The best way to Use Sunken Plastic Buckets to Water a Garden

To get a low cost, in-ground irrigation method, punch a couple of holes in plastic buckets and bury them up in your backyard for their rims. Fill them with water, as well as the buckets will provide a constant drip of moisture to the surrounding soil without splattering extra water where it’s unnecessary. Not only will this save on water-waste, it’ll also keep possible disease-infested pathogens in the grime from splashing onto your plants’ leaves.

Use a drill having a half-inch bit to create four holes in the underside of a 2½-gallon plastic bucket.

Plant your backyard using the placement of one bucket centered between every three to four crops in brain.

Dig a hole deep and broad as your bucket at the center of three to four crops.

Insert the bucket in the hole.

Fill the bucket with water to start the drip irrigation method.

Repeat with buckets that are extra for each three to four crops in your backyard.

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