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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Here we reveal one of the best garden irrigation techniques know to man. More efficient than soaker hoses, or drip irrigation. Let’s here it for subsurface irrigation. Click here to subscribe to our channel: https://tinyurl.com/y7oe684o Visit our Patreon page to discover special benefits and support our mission: https://www.patreon.com/greendreamproject Please consider purchasing a T-shirt (with original designs by us!) to help support us in making future videos: https://teespring.com/stores/green-dream-tees Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/greendreamproject1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greendreamproject/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gdproject1 Music by: bensound.com We are Jim and Jessica, a husband and wife team who decided to make the leap from living the city life to an off-grid homestead. We have no training in carpentry or electrical work. We’ve come armed only with two Permaculture Design Certificates and a whole lot of determination. Join us on our journey to move beyond a sustainable lifestyle into a regenerative one. We chose to live in the desert because we love the location and we wanted the challenge of bringing this desert landscape into productive abundance. #greendreamproject #permaculture #gardening Video Rating: / 5

16 Comments

  • Carol M 6 months ago

    Hi Jim and Jessica, so for 4 lg tomato plants planted in a row about 18 inches apart how many ollas do I need and what size? Also how far from the plant should they be?

  • Roxanne Harrington 6 months ago

    Cant wait to try this in my garden. Makes so much sense. Thank you!

  • 243WW 6 months ago

    It's a green gardening vampire

  • B vegan Now 6 months ago

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  • Cynthia Koch 6 months ago

    I'm totally into this! But…please Mr. Video – make it less sale-sy and listen to your lovely lady who is less then enthusiastic and has the facts. Ugh. Hahah.

  • Susana Martinez 6 months ago

    Can you show us how to install Jolla in garden? Do a video. Thanks.

  • C McLaughlin 6 months ago

    Where do you get the pots?

  • mzfitz007 6 months ago

    Omg I love this thanks for sharing all of this information

  • hafeexius 6 months ago

    How much do they cost in the US? They're available for around 60 cents here in India. People in rural areas who can't afford a refrigerator use extra large clay pots to store drinking water. The hotter the ambient temperature, the cooler the water becomes.

  • EmEtube 6 months ago

    You guys have great vibes (: all the best!

  • ivy and roses 6 months ago

    Here is my 5 month report using this system.
    I installed twenty 5 gallon oya pots. The tomatos loved them and I only filled them once every 3 weeks. I installed 3" perforated vertical pipes next to the pots and fed the plants eorm tea once a month. It saved 90% of water that would have been wasted and most of all it was maintenance free allowing me to travel for weeks without tending to them.
    Great Idea !!!!
    Thanks for sharing this new way.

  • Earl Shine 6 months ago

    I'm using a cheapskate version: 3 inch plastic pots dug in and ballasted with pebbles. Works great, less weeds, less fungal problems, less water needed from my rainwater harvesting system and no crust on top of the soil. With mulch on top of soil, it works even better. Best wishes, greetings from Holland.

  • The Living Garden 6 months ago

    One of the most awesome videos I’ve watched in a while ! This information is so helpful! I’ve seen the Olla pots but never saw them “in use” would be a great thing to make and use ! Next year !!! I’m using the Olla !!
    Thanks you two! Your so awesome ! I can’t wait to see all the cool things y’all do with your homestead ! 🙂
    Many blessings !

  • McCoy's Oak Hill Farm 6 months ago

    Neat idea. I think I have seen this before. We don't need water right now for sure. I think you need a bigger garden structure so you can hang in it. 🙂

  • Farming Our Backyard 6 months ago

    You guys always have great ideas, thanks!

  • The New Orleans Gardener 6 months ago

    Great, I love Ollas, Many gardeners I know use these amazing Pots, Thanks For Sharing..

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