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We do not expect the rain

Apr 07, 2010

All farmers, even the backyard looking forward to the rain is always welcome and appreciated. But what if it does not rain we're not going to grow?.
We do not expect the rain, we get the most out of every drop of water throughout the year, the "nopalera" cactus planted drip irrigate only a few minutes each week, our trees are irrigated with reuse water and vegetables with "Ollitas Sol" Sun small pots.

The Ollitas Sol are a blessing: Low cost, easy installation, easy maintenance, labor saving, save water and save money. We can not ask for more!

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