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Rain Science grow bags eliminate many of the problems associated with container gardening. Grow bigger, healthier plants with less hassle in a fraction of the time. Stop dealing with soggy, dirty old grow bags and discover the Rain Science difference.
The problem with traditional fabric Grow pots are issues like root rot from the fabric staying wet.. The Wet material does not allow air to pass very freely. Our special mesh allows for better drainage than traditional grow bags. Rain Science Grow bags provide More stable root zone temperatures, Greatly improved drainage through the entire grow bag and extra oxygen to the soil because of improved air flow through the fabric. This air flow facilitates a process called air root pruning, where the plant creates a bunch of tiny feeder roots which are better at absorbing nutrients, this in turn leads to increased plant growth.
Our commercial grow bags utilize the same great material and technology as our standard version, at a reduced cost. Our commercial version is Double roll hemmed instead of colored binding to ensure the bag will hold its shape and is easy to fill without help. We left the handles off as well and pass the savings onto you. Sold in packs of 10
Why not just use plastic pots?
When your roots grow, they will quickly reach the container walls. With Old School plastic containers, these roots immediately start circling and continue to circle. If you look at the root structure from a plant in a plastic pot you find a few large roots growing in circles with very little side branching, the roots will soon bind upon themselves, restricting nutrient uptake and eventually lead to root bound plants and death.
Why Are Rain Science Grow bags better than traditional grow bags or pots
Rain Science grow bags aerate your root zone and plastic containers do not. traditional grow bags will stay wet, reducing the flow of air to your root zone and creating circling roots. Root aeration stops root circling by Air pruning, helping your plant build a stronger root structure. Better roots means a faster growing healthier plant. Old School plant pots also hold a lot of heat, which can lead to a whole new set of problems. Rain Science Bags actually dissipate heat keeping your roots at an optimal temperature.
What is air Pruning?
Air pruning is a natural process that happens as plant roots come in contact with fresh air near the walls of the grow bag, the root tip stops growing, essentially pruning itself, this causes the rest of the root to branch off with many tiny feeder roots, instead of a few circling roots. These new roots will continue to colonize bag, allowing the plant to maximize uptake of both water and nutrients.
Are Rain Science bags Reusable? How do I clean Them?
Yes, Rain Science Grow bags can be reused over and over again. You can wash them with dish soap and warm water. If you need to sterilize your bags they can be soaked in a solution of H2o2 and water. They are also washing machine safe, so feel free to throw them in with the laundry.
You can use any potting mix with Rain Science grow bags. We recommend something you are familiar with. Because of the extra aeration, your soil may dry out faster and you might wish to adjust your watering schedule or growing medium depending on the moisture requirements of specific plants
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