Using Net Pots in a Hydroponic Environment

If you are thinking of growing hydro herbs, vegetables and ornamental flowers, using Net Pots in a hydroponic environment could be the solution for you. Setting up a hydro garden has never been easier.

Net Pots are mainly used to anchor your plants in a hydroponic system and can be used with or without a hydroponic medium. They are reusable and made of durable plastic that will last you for years to come. They promote drainage and optimize plant growth due to there being plenty of oxygen around the root zone.

Net pots offer a quick, simple, easy and cost effective way to make your own hydroponic system, whether it be for a simple bubble bucket or advanced NFT system.

Grow mediums that are commonly used in Net Pots are Jiffy Peat Pellets, Rockwool or Expanded Clay Pebbles.

The round black net pots come in various sizes and can be used in various applications to suit your needs and meet your budget. Net pots are suited to all grow mediums and allow liquid to flow freely past the roots of the plants they contain, facilitating the uptake of nutrients. As the plant grows, the roots can easily extend out of the holes in the Net Pot and grow down in search of water. When they find the water source below, they will continue to develop and take up nutrients from the water below.

Net Pots not only give the plant some stability and growth potential, but also promotes a strong and healthy root system.

We supply net pots in range of sizes. Visit us in store or shop online.

 

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Information sourced from: www.maximumyield.com/definition/3094/net-pot

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