Ancient irrigation technique waters plants for a month

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Using a classical North African watering technique, Clayola’s small, handmade clay pots use gravity to release the exact amount of water needed at just the right time for the nearby plant. Using skilled artisans to make the pots, each order consists of six of the three by five inch clay cones. A colorful glazed top prevents water from evaporating, and two nozzles allow hoses to be connected for refills and water collection. The cones are inserted into the ground near the plants, and just as the soil begins to get dry, the pots release the necessary amount of water. The…

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