Olla Irrigation Pot

Olla irrigation Pot system is an ancient practice, and very simple in concept.

Ollas are made of unglazed terracotta and filled with water, which seeps through the walls.

The olla is buried in the ground next to the roots of the plant to be irrigated, with the neck of the olla extending above the soil.

The Ollas efficiency is owed to practically no water loss due to evaporation or run-off.

The usage of Olla Pots is a simple yet effective manner to ensure optimum utilization of water for Farming and Irrigation.

Terracotta Garden Irrigation Pot

Terracotta Garden Irrigation Pot is an unglazed clay pot fired at a low temperature.

This allows the pot to remain porous.

The Olla is buried in the ground with neck exposed and periodically filled with water.

The water seeps into the soil in such way that it provides adjacent plants with a constant water source at the roots.

The olla pots will guarantee that vegetation is supplied with adequate water throughout the day.

These clay pots are excellent for farming and irrigation purposes.

Fish Breeding Pot

This is the perfect breeding/spawning cone for many Cichlids, especially for Discus and Angelfish.

Made out of high quality clay, this is made in a shape such that the cone will not be tipped over inside the fish tank.