Singapore LimSan : A Simple&Easy Window Vertical Farm - Part 2 WATERING

As a urban gardener, we utilise clean tap water to sustain our living plant. Do we just drench the pot and let the excess drain out and go to waste? Can we optimise the use of this scarce utility and be a responsible gardener?

Following my earlier tutorial video on creating A Simple & Easy Window Vertical Farm, it is worthy to note that the pots (cups) are with drainage holes and are enable to fully optimise water efficiency with the strategic setup. I've illustrated how this system can save watering time, effort & the precious water. And most important of all is our responsibility to ensure we go green by NOT generating more waste while we enjoy our hobby.
So far my plants are well hydrated and happy, so am I!

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