Product Bite: Vigoroot Vegetable planters•
Posted on 12 December 2020
What are Vigoroot Vegetable Planters:
Vigoroot Vegetable planters are planters made from a very special Air Pruning fabric. This Air Pruning process dramatically changes the formation of the roots and means that they can sustain the plant in much less compost. It encourages more vigorous rooting, which enables the plants to absorb more nutrients. It prevents the roots from growing too long, and helps prevent plants from becoming ‘pot-bound’ which would normally limit the plants’ growth.
This means that the plants can grow to a much larger size in a relatively small pot. The super strong root system also helps the plants to become more resistant to harsh weather, pests and diseases. Used for many years by commercial growers, the benefits of air-pruning technology are well recognised by the trade.
What crop are they for:
Vigoroot™ fabric works wonders for all sorts of vegetables, flowers and herbs as well as fruit bushes and fruit trees.
Where can I use them:
The planters are best placed on a hard surface so that the air can circulate and allow them to efficiently air prune.
What's so special about it?
As well as giving an up to 30% bigger yield, all our Vigoroot™ pots and planters are reusable, fold flat for easy storage and of course, being a Haxnicks product, come with a helpful growing guide.
Find out more:
See it in action: To see it in action head over to the Vigoroot Playlist on our YouTube channel
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