Using a plastic saucer or tray to contain soil media, plant a new clone or seedling in the sleeve. When the rooted plant has filled the sleeve with roots, then place the rooted clone or seedling on top of a living soil bed system for the life of the plant. After harvest is complete, leave the old sleeve and place the next plant right next the first. When the old roots system is gone, you can remove the old sleeve and re-plant in the original location.
Fabric Pot Features
Provides better aeration and air pruning for healthier roots. Allows the plant’s root systems to share space and nutrients.
Double-stitched bottom seam on the outside to extend product lifespan. All fabric containers 30 gallons or more are triple hemmed for added durability.
Lightweight material is easy to move, machine washable, and folds small for storage.
Handcrafted with an American-made polypropylene and high-performance bonded thread for mold and mildew resistance. All materials are environmentally friendly and chemically stable. They’re also free of BPA and heavy metals.