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Nutley's Bottle Top Waterers (Set of 4)
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- Four watering roses which simply screw on to old plastic bottles
- Provides delicate and directional watering
- Perfect for seeds and seedlings
- Fits most size bottles from 300ml to 3-litre
- Set includes: 2 x fine-holed roses, 1 x medium-holed rose and 1 x single-jet rose
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A great little set of four watering roses which simply screw on to used plastic bottles. The gentle and accurate flow is excellent for seeds, seedlings and pot plants, and it's a good way to re-use old bottles too!
The bottle-top waterers fit most standard plastic soft drink bottles - from 300ml to 3 litre sizes.
Set includes: 2 x fine-holed roses for the gentlest watering, 1 x medium-holed rose, or 'drencher' and 1 x single-jet rose for shooting out weeds or controlled watering.
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Top Customer Reviews
Set this up three days ago, following instructions carefully. As promised, the valve allowed water to flow until the tray had the preset depth of water. Then it closed.
That was more than two days ago, and although I drained the tray dry by arranging capillary matting to drain the water over a few hours, the valve has remained shut sitting in the dry tray for almost two days now. I've checked that it's got a free-flowing supply at a good pressure, but it remains completely shut. I'm feeling less and less confident that it will ever decide to open again.
I'll give it a few days more, and if it ever starts actually watering I'll come back here and say so. But at the moment, I'd say it's a great idea but ideas don't keep plants alive. They need water. Reliable water.
After almost 3 dry days the valve opened slowly and filled the tray over several hours. It then closed again. It's been a cool. humid week, and it looks as if the sensor is quite slow to open under those conditions. But then, the plants don't need as much water under those conditions.
If conditions are cold and humid (i.e. UK normal) it can spend several days apparently doing nothing, but it doesn't let the plants dry out and it is very economical with water. I plan to get another one for the other side of the greenhouse. The real test will come when we have a hot dry spell, but I'm now feeling more confident that it will stand that test,
Further EDIT> My tomato plants were completely unattended in greenhouse growbag for almost the whole of May, including one very hot week, and are healthy and growing well, now in early June. I've set up a pepper growbag as well, having bought a second valve. If these devices last well, they could become very popular indeed.
Valves were promptly delivered and very simple to set up. All good so far.
The valves function as described taking the plants through a wet and dry cycle. Unfortunately the dry part can last for 3 days and with large vigorously growing plants this is way too long and severe wilt and blossom drop occurs. I find I am spending more time checking whether valves are working than I would manually watering
A good idea but unfortunately it just doesn't work in the situations where it is really needed
Easy enough to set up . Unfortunately it isn't reliable. I can't work out why it works on some days and other days it doesn't. I've tried flushing through the pipe and device several times and till it stops working.. I've ended up having to check everyday which defeats the purpose of buying it.
Definitely an improvement over a cup but not as good as a plastic watering can.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Useful for attaching to 500ml soft drink bottles to water greenhouse plants. Variety of tops included help avoid 'spreading' compost around.Published 1 month ago by Mike T
Very useful and fit on to water or pop bottles, no leakage. Sensible spray for seedlings.Published 3 months ago by KTB
I grow the top 3 of the worlds hottest Chilli plants, Ouch, works well for a few months, then the valve clogs up, I should have guessed due to the algae build up in the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by M P Brosnan
Great little watering can makers just need a better bottle to put them on. When my BIG bottle of fairy runs out I will be sorted.Published 6 months ago by Kindle Customer