Wholesale Fabric Pots, also referred to as Fabric Planting Bags or grow bags, are the go-to container choice for growers who understand that reducing labor costs, irrigation costs, and plant shrinkage combined with increased plant growth over a shorter period of time equates to higher profits. It is a win for the grower and their customers.
A healthier plant is derived from the air root pruning benefits of fabric pots. Think about what happens when you take a small cutting from a plant. The stem you cut will sprout at least two more shoots from where the snip was made. In the same way, when it comes into contact with the roots of a plant, it dries them up -- effectively pruning them -- and new roots sprout from the old ones as a result. The growth of long, single roots that wind themselves round and round in circles inside the pot is replaced by the growth of lots of little plant roots that gradually spread through the soil. The result is a happier and healthier plant that has all the ingredients it needs to grow bigger, stronger, and faster. This is great news for farmers or commercial growers because it translates into increased yields.
Branded Wholesale Fabric PotsIn addition to creating the custom shape and size of your wholesale fabric pot, why not make it easy to get your product noticed and increase your brand awareness by adding your company colors, logo and tagline to your fabric pots. You may include a printed message right on the pot or its handle. Maybe add your contact information, website or plant name.
These custom wholesale fabric pots are sewn from a black, spun-bonded fabric that has been laminated with a white coating used on the RootTrapper® Fabric Grow Bags
. This unique fabric combination stops circling roots and continues to stimulate root branching by trapping the root tips, Held up to the light, you will see hundreds of pinholes in the fabric which provides superior drainage and aeration. It is the aeration that makes these fabric pots the preferred plant container choice. When a container has no aeration (as is typical in traditional plastic nursery pots), the plant roots grow out until they reach the walls of the nursery container. Once this occurs, the plant roots begin circling the plastic nursery pot causing the plant to smother itself with a mass of roots filling up the container.
Root circling does not happen with fabric pots. Instead, when the roots reach the fabric wall, the air prunes their tips which signals the plant to grow more lateral roots four inches back from the root tip. A fibrous root system means a greater root tip surface area and translates to greater efficiency in the absorption of water and nutrients; an increase in growth rate, establishment, and vigor; higher transplant survivability; and u ultimately superior performance for your customers.
White Coated Fabric Value
The white outer coating greatly reduces container temperatures so roots do not die on the sunny side as with black plastic plant containers. Water usage is also reduced as there are no large drain holes or evaporative sides; water seeps out the hundreds of holes created by the base stitching.