- 商品尺寸: 35.6 x 24.1 x 4.4 cm
- 商品重量: 181 g
- 发货重量: 181 g
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Dirt Pot HGDB15 Dirt Bag Reusable Planting Pot, 15-Gallon
- 无需 ROOT 交错镶嵌，半环绕
- 管理植物温度 – 让植物更清爽，
重新考虑您锅您的植物，它采用创新的方式帮助来自 hydrofarm 面料播种机。 这可重复使用的面料件形成透气的环境植物鼓励健康蓬勃发展，系统让您选择*根源的您心爱的植物，季。 卓越的排水，轻盈的构造， strength-tested 工艺，和植物温度管理包括在内。 其他信息：加固接缝和 strength-tested 面料，可以防撕裂时支持*重的裁剪结实、加固手柄肩带缝制的底部，方便，*举重和移动透气面料，促进根部健康，活力四射的植物生长和高级通风性和排水性无根交错镶嵌，半环绕在管理植物温度保持植物夏日凉爽和冬日里温暖尺寸：1 gal 。：5.5H X 直径7 cm 高。 2升。直径：7 x 8高 CM 高。 3加仑。：8.5H X 直径10 cm 高。 5加仑。：10.5H X 直径12 cm 高。 7升。：10.5H X 直径14 cm 高。 10升。直径：12.5高（英寸） x 16 cm 高。 15升。：14.5H X 直径18 cm 高。 20加仑。：14.5H X 直径20 cm 高。 25升。：16.5h X 直径21 CM 高。 30升。：16.5h X 直径24 cm 高。 45升。：高45.72厘米 x 直径27 cm 高。 65升。：高45.72厘米 x 直径32 cm 高。 100升。：20H X 直径38 cm 高。 200加仑。：24H X 直径50 cm 高。 300加仑。：24H X 直径60 CM 高。 400加仑。：24H X 直径70 cm 高。 轻盈、可重复使用， strength-tested 播种机。 无根蓬勃发展，透气面料，促进健康。 soft-sided 构造，可完美贴合地面。 卓越的排水和增氧。 可提供各种音量选择。
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The first photo are two of these planters with the dwarf lemon trees. This will show how well these planters can handle fairly large plants. They are thriving since I transplanted these trees into these planters.
Of the three, the Dirt Bag has the thickest material, and the handles are the toughest. The handles on the Dirt Bag are reinforced by another piece of fabric sewn on the inside of the pot.
The thinnest of the bunch was the Smart Pots. the handles are just holes cut into the fabric. I felt like the fabric was going to tear off when I attempted to lift a freshly watered pot.
The Island Grow Pots were second place. The material was thick and strong and the handles were well made. However, the handles do not feel as though they are as tightly secured to the pot as the handles on the Dirt Bag.
The Hydrofarm Dirt Bag and the Island Grow Pots receive the thumbs up from me. The Smart Pots gets the thumbs down. I am so satisfied with the quality of the Dirt Bag, that I am going to order three more pots today.
I purchased the 15 gallon bags in the spring and they did come with the handles. (I did a little research and it appears that the handles are not on the smaller sized bags.) I used them to plant potatoes this year and eventually all the bags were filled 50-80%. My soil mix included a heavy hand of composted sheep manure. I mention this to give some perspective on the chemical resistance.
The bags started on the ground. We had a very dry and then *very* wet spring -- there was about two weeks or more where the bags never dried out. With the help of my mom, we picked up and moved the bags at least 5 times over the course of the season. The handles were very sturdy and we never thought they were in danger of breaking
In the last round, we allowed our potato crop to go dry for a four or five days. Harvesting was a snap! We did all five bags in about a half hour. We upended the bags into a wheelbarrow. One person pulled the potatoes out while the other began pulling the dirt out into another container. Once we sifted through and thought we got all the potatoes, we tipped the wheelbarrow up and slowly poured the rest of the dirt out. No bruised potatoes and more importantly, no sore backs that the ground digging resulted in the previous year. It took us hours to harvest this many potatoes out of the ground before, and we invariably either damaged some with digging tools or missed some.
I recommend this product - one of the best prices I found for similar products.
Since I have a sewing machine and the ability to fix the problems/improve upon what is here, I am going to keep these, but unless you are looking for a project, I would skip these bags until they make some design changes...
Also just a heads up that the 30 gallon bags I received are grey instead of black.
If you have this in a very humid environment, you might want to fill the bottom two inches with rocks for drainage. Since it has high handles and (lower) surface area of dirt, may not get enough direct wind , you may get some surface mold unless you put it in a room that has sufficient aeration/low humidity.
I found that my indoor Greenhouse with 95% humidity was leading to many of my plants to grow mold. I reduced the continual mold growth by :
1) Pulling a few of my larger plants outdoors during partly cloudy days above 50 degrees;
2) Hanging up two tiny fans ;
3) and , opening my greenhouse doors and air panels during the day for venting;
You can always remove the mold without harm to your plant using 3% hydrogen peroxide or water diluted with 1 tsp of dishwashing soap. Finally, after killing and removing active spores , remove top toil, add new top soil, and add a sprinkling of cinnamon to discourage development of new spores. If the mold returns, you may need to replant. .