Test of Airpot pot mod standard odlarkruka.

I have never tested these Airpot pots with a lot of holes in but now I'm going to do a test and see if the claim “faster growth and larger plants” is true, Yes it can be read on pages that sell these pots.

I have two Airpot pots (a) 10 liter and two odlarkrukor (a) 10 liters.. The plants I was testing on is a hot chili with the name Naga Brain Chocolate that is a cross between the Dorset Naga and 7 Pot Brain Strain.

How you will be able to follow this. It now has good 13 days ago the plants got to jump down in their pots. Light, the fluorescent tubes in the 72W an industrial luminaire

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12 Responses to Test of Airpot pot mod standard odlarkruka.

  1. Alex says:

    I tested this last year where I planted about on several occasions to larger airpot, It turned out that the difference was quite large, the plants in the airpot became much larger in relation to regular pots.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! Planted you although in usual pots at the same time so you could see the difference? I'll just check the difference in 10 liter pots. When you read about these pots, it says nothing about to repot into larger Airpot to get great big plants. There you can read about these pots is “generate faster growth, increase root mass, enhances nutrient absorption, improves oxygenation and delivers higher yields”

  2. Alex says:

    Yes I also planted in regular pots and the difference was American great I thought. I went from Airpot 1 l to 6 l and 6 l plants after had significantly greater root system but also the plant was larger than regular pot. Planted in the 1st 15 l but it dried out quickly in the greenhouse so you have to keep track of them, one tip is to ask Airpots in a deeper pot barrel so that the water when up to Earth during.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! If you are switching to larger pot so there is more for the plant to grow large in and how it works even in ordinary pots so it's no big deal with this phenomenon. What I want to check is whether the plants faster and becomes a fine plant that gives more harvest in Airpot pot. I'm not going to change up to larger pot but they may be in these pots all the time.

  3. Bear says:

    This test seems to me to be very interesting. I hit last year on a number of airpots for testing. As I switch the kinds (and sometimes even lighting) I grow each year, however, I find it hard to relate me to if there was no improvement really – but they are tougher ;).

    Something I reacted to, however, is that they dry out much faster than ordinary pots. To keep them genomfuktiga required almost under irrigation or taking them out and give them a proper genomskölj with big jug (something that is a bit cumbersome if you grow inside an apartment). You do not write it (or are working under irrigation) so you risk being easy to these pots dry out at the bottom – and dry soil – no roots at all – holes in the pot or not ^^

  4. Joakim says:

    Very interesting! How goes it with the test? Can you tell any difference than?

  5. Helena says:

    Tried it last year and think they were difficult to water. I ended up dipped them in regntunnan… The ants loved all holes, was myrinovation! This year, they may stand unused in storage room. Ordinary snittblomshinkar with drilled hole works better for me. 🙂

  6. (J) says:

    These pots I curiously looked at. Have checked through surveys and comparisons made at nursery (shrubs & tree) where the air-pot proved superior.
    Private farming without automation, I hesitate, however,. Even though I would gladly put the plants on the balcony of some major. But the risk of rapid dehydration is problematic.

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! Most tree planters have gone from these pots and grow in other vessels. In my tests that have not been all praise for these pots met without the in regular pots have felt better and better grown.

  7. Ylva Subrahmanyamj says:

    Hi, the conclusion of the test were not therefore gave airpots bigger and stronger plants?

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