Wholesale Root Pouch Grow Bags
Root Pouch Grow Bags are available in 4 different styles to accommodate all types of grow environments.
- Root Pouch Boxer Brown – Use above-ground, in-ground, in-pot, indoor, and outdoor. Available in sizes 1 gallon up to 600 gallons. Most durable, non-degradable style lasting multiple seasons. Made of 100% recycled water bottles.
- Root Pouch Grey – Use above-ground, in-ground, in-pot, indoor, and outdoor. Available in sizes 1 gallon up to 600 gallons. Semi-degradable lasting 3-4 seasons. Made of a blend of recycled water bottles and natural fibers.
- Root Pouch Charcoal – Use indoors. Available in sizes 1-gallon squat up to 7 gallons. Semi-degradable, one-time use. Made of a blend of recycled water bottles and natural fibers.
- Root Pouch Thin Black – Use as indoor propagation and small seedling bags. Available in sizes 1 pint up to 3 gallons. Semi-degradable, one-time use. Made of recycled water bottles and natural fibers.
How are Root Pouch Grow Bags Made?Root Pouch Grow Bags are made of PET derived from recycled plastic water bottles. This material is melted back to a sterile liquid state then spun into fibers. Because the plastic is re-melted, it is once again sterile making it a great choice for growing plants for human consumption. Root Pouch does not use any petroleum in any of their products. As such, Root Pouch plant pots do not contain any toxins and are BPA-free and UV resistant.
Root Pouch Grow Bags – the Sustainable ChoicePlastic water bottles that were destined to end up in landfills are recycled to produce the fabric of the Root Pouch Bags. Not only does this recycling prevent plastic water bottles from ending up in oceans and the environment, but it also eliminates the need to make additional plant pots or grow bags that are petroleum-based.
Easy of shipping when growing in Root Pouch Grow BagsEach style of Root Pouch Grow Bags is soft enough to minimize damage during shipping, allowing stacking without trunk guards. The grow bags will also nestle in between one another when California stacked, creating a tighter load and less damage to plants.
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