To work in the garden you can make a homemade instrument and other fixtures from milk bottles. This will allow to acquire the necessary equipment free of charge, and in addition to apply with the use of plastic, rather than sending it to landfill.
Option 1: Scoop the soil
Cut off the bottom of the bottle together with the side wall from the handle, you can get the scoop to the ground.
It is convenient to dial earth in the pots. Also, this maybe a shovel scoop up the flour, sugar, cereals, grain and other bulk products. Due to the low stiffness it is not suitable for digging or digging, but for bulk materials is ideal.
Option 2: Garden trowel-a funnel to collect the seeds
If you cut off the handle of the bottle together with the sidewall to which they are attached from the bottom, you’ll get a small trowel.
It can be used to collect the scattered bulk materials, for example, seeds. They need to sweep it with a broom or brush. He also performs the functions of a funnel.
With its help it is easy to pour the collected seeds in the bags. To do this, the package is inserted into the handle of the trowel, on which the seeds fall out as the funnel.
Option 3: Pan
If you cut off the bottle bottom, you get a small tray.
It is possible to soak seeds for sprouting. Also in this tray convenient to grow then if. By the way, it is possible to make a cut out of a bottle remaining after the production of the trowel.
Option 4: Tag
The walls of the bottle can be cut into small strips.
Because they are white and rough, then it writes fine marker. Bands can be signed and used as tags. If there is no indelible marker, the inscription regular marker to better protect, gluing on top of them a piece of tape.
One bottle get a couple dozen tags that can be inserted into the soil next to the plant, or flash wire and tie to the branches.
Option 5: Lake for irrigation
Punctures with an awl in the bottle lid from the milk 10-15 holes, it can be used as a watering can for watering.
Its capacity is sufficient to care for seedlings in pots or several plants.
Option 6: a Pot for seedlings
Cut off the side of the bottles together with the handle, it is possible to make an elongated pot for planting seedlings or greens for salad.
The cut is a little above the cap of the bottle to the pot get a leakproof on the sides.