Growing water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica), also known as kangkong or morning glory, in plastic bottles is a creative and space-efficient way to cultivate this leafy vegetable. Here’s a simple guide on how to grow water spinach from seeds using plastic bottles:

Materials Needed:

Plastic Bottles:

Recycled plastic bottles with lids. Cut the bottles in half, creating a container and a lid.

Water Spinach Seeds:

Purchase water spinach seeds from a reputable source.

Potting Mix:

Use a well-draining potting mix suitable for vegetables.

Scissors or Knife:

To cut the plastic bottles.

Watering Can or Spray Bottle:

For watering the plants.

Sunny Location:

Place the plastic bottle containers in a sunny spot where the water spinach can receive at least 6-8 hours of sunlight daily.