Fabric Reusable Plant Smart Geo Fabric Pot - Tan | Air Pruning
The tough, long lasting fabric pot material has just the right amount of porosity to promote air root pruning, excellent drainage and allow excess heat to escape, producing superior plants. The soft-sided containers last for years, even in the harshest winters, and are excellent for growing the widest variety of container or potted plants.
A healthy, well-established root system is key to overall growth, and fabirc pots provide roots with an ideal environment, allowing them to thrive and develop to their full potential. Vegetables, flowers, herbs and fruits all do well in fabric pots.
- Soft-sided fabric aeration container that has the rigidity to hold its shape
- Provides aeration, enhancing root structure, resulting in a vigorous plant with more flowers and fruits and increased insect and disease resistance
- Allows excess heat to escape
- Developed for, and used by commercial tree growers
|Product Name||Pot Height (CM)||Base Dimension (CM)|
|Heavy Duty Pot 7.5L||20||20|
|Heavy Duty Pot 11.4L||25||25|
|Heavy Duty Pot 18.9L||25||30|
|Heavy Duty Pot 26.5L||30||30|
|Heavy Duty Pot 38L||30||40|
|Heavy Duty Pot 57L||30||50|
|Heavy Duty Pot 75.7L||55||30|
|Heavy Duty Pot 95L||55||40|
|Heavy Duty Pot 114L||40||60|
In The Box
-  x Heavy Duty Reusable Plant Smart Geo Fabric Pot | Tan | Air Pruning
As roots grow in containers they eventually reach the container walls. In hard-sided containers, these roots, upon reaching the walls, start circling and continue to circle, seeking a friendlier environment. Upon examination, these root systems exhibit a few strong roots growing in circles with very little branching, often are bound or girdled upon themselves and, depending on the type of plant, can produce a strong tap root growing through the containers bottom.
These characteristics can hinder the plant's rate of growth and in some cases its chances of survival when transplanted. Roots grown in a Smart Pot come in contact with the fuzzy, fabric inner wall of the bag and penetrate or grow into the fabric. The bag's tough fabric prevents the root's continued longitudinal growth, in effect pruning it, causing the root to develop masses of lateral fibrous roots. Upon comparison, root systems that developed in a Smart Pot have a much greater mass or volume then those found in hard-sided containers.
Plants grown in Smart Pots have root balls that contain many more roots than found in a hard-sided container of similar size. The fibrous root systems produced in Smart Pots are more efficient and enable plants to maximize water and nutrient uptake in the limited surrounding soil mass.