4 x AirRap Plastic Air Pots Pruning Airpots Hydroponics Container Grow Bag Plant
NEW Revolutionary Design AirRAP Air Pruning Pots
SIMPLY THE BEST YOUR PLANT CAN GET! HEALTHIER ROOTS = HIGHER YIELDS!
Benefits of using AirRAP include:
- Eliminate root circling.
- 100% Breathable - 100% Reusable
- Reduce growing time, increased yields
- Simplify plant production, reduce cost
- Improve the quality of your root zone
- They’re forgiving in extreme temperatures.
- 2L - 15cm (W) 15.5cm (H) 2 screws
- 8L - 20cm (W) 25cm (H) 3 screws
- 15L - 25cm (W) 30cm (H) 3 screws
- 25L - 30cm (W) 35cm (H) 4 screws
- 50L - 40cm (W) 40cm (H) 4 screws
The base of the Pot can be set at any height!
Holes allow for fresh air to stop the roots growing
Top layer of pots has no holes to avoid over-spill
Easy assemble. Ready to use in seconds
The AirRAP is a recyclable, reusable plastic container that actively enhances the root system of plants.
The AirRAP is suitable for use with a wide range of growing media and is used in passive or hydroponics systems.
In normal containers, roots grow to the outside edge of the pot and then circle, over and over again, which can lead to the root system strangling itself and suffocating if not transplanted.
Why AirRAP Pots?
Air Pruning walls are made up of closed inward pointing cones and open ended outward pointing cones.
The inward pointing cones direct the roots to the outward pointing cones where the air density in the soil is too great, the roots dehydrate and effectively prune themselves.
The plants respond to this Air Pruning by generating more roots, this leads to a fibrous root system with a vast number off active white tipped roots.
The plants then can absorb more nutrients and water which stimulates faster growth.
Short root systems with several root tips are far more productive than long root systems or big, fat roots. Roots that are white in colour with many root tips are the most important for
healthier plants and higher yields. This is where plants and trees benefit when grown in Air Pruning Containers, the root building pot.