A: Good morning Thank you for your interest in Root Pouch products. Our Boxer brown line of pots do a great job of insulating roots during cold winters but you can always add that extra bit of insurance by planting in the ground. That being said our Boxer brown line of pots are 100% recycled water bottles so they will not draw water from the surrounding soil so you will need to water these directly into the pouch. The other thing I have customers do for cold weather is over winter their pots indoors such as the garage if that's at all possible. I hope this helps, please let me know if you have any other questions Sherry Dudeck Root Pouch email@example.com
A: That's a great question. We at Root pouch recommend at least a #5 gallon to a #7 gallon for tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers. The larger the pot the bigger the yield Hope that helps Happy Planting
A: No, very small. Better to pick larger size containers. Good for small pepper plants.
A: Yes. Growing them right now.
A: Thank you for your interest in Root Pouch products. Our fabric pots are great for growing all sorts of veggies and they are great for potatoes but we usually recommend our #15 gallon pots as you will need the depth. Its recommended to have 15 to 16 inches of depth to grow potatoes successfully Hope that helps thank you sherry dudeck root pouch
A: Julie Thank you for your interest in Root Pouch products. Our pots handles are quite strong but they cannot be used to pull the pots as they will fail when used that way. A fully planted 65 gallon pots could weigh well over 100 pounds so not really movable unless using a fork lift and I will be honest the weight and jiggling of the pot when using a forklift will potentially break the handles. The handles on our large pots are made to ease the planting of the pots. Holding them open is easier with a handle. Hope that info helps thank you Sherry Dudeck Root Pouch
A: Yes, you can. There are handles to pull them to a new location. I wouldn't try to lift --- too heavy. They are well made and tough.
A: They are strong enough. The very large ones get very heavy when filled with dirt so we needed to pull with our tractor but 200 gallons and under can be pulled to a new location by hand. I have some that are a few years old now and are as strong as when I first got them.
A: This size was much larger than I thought. It was about 2/3 full when I realized that I should make sure I could move it. I wasn’t able to move it easily, so I stopped filling it with soil. I would definitely buy a smaller size, probably one that is less than 45 gallons. I use 15-gallon size for each tomato plant.
|Brand||Root Pouch||Root Pouch||Root Pouch||VIVOSUN|
|Name||65 Gal. Breathable Boxer Brown Fabric Planting Containers and Pots with Handles Planter (1-Pack)||100 Gal. Breathable Boxer Brown Fabric Planting Containers and Pots Planter (1-Pack)||200 Gal. Breathable Fabric Planting Containers and Pots (1-Pack)||25 Gal. Black Non-Woven Aeration Fabric Plant Grow Bags with Handles (5-Pack)|
|Container Width (in.)||32||38||50||22|
|Container Height (in.)||18||20||24||16|
|Container Length (in.)||32||38||50||22|
|Planter Features||Light Weight,Recycled Materials,Weather Resistant||Light Weight,Recycled Materials,Weather Resistant||Light Weight,Recycled Materials,Weather Resistant||Drainage Holes,Handles,Light Weight,UV Resistant|
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