Phat Sack fabric pots are durable growing containers that provide superior root zone aeration and drainage for improved plant health and growth. The key to Phat Sack’s success is air-pruning roots. Once roots hit the fabric walls of Phat Sacks, the exposure to air halts their primary growth and triggers the development of secondary root hairs and stems. This secondary root growth saturates the planting substrate in all directions instead of simply wrapping around the inside of the container, giving your plants a more robust root-zone with a greater ability to absorb nutrients, support microbial life, and supercharge plant growth and development.
Unlike plastic grow bags and nursery pots, the fabric material of the Phat Sacks provides air exposure to the media inside. The bottoms of Phat Sacks let water drain without the need for holes or perforations, preserving soil integrity when watering. Phat Sacks are durable, reusable, and easy to fold and stow when not in use.
The Transplanter Difference
Transplanters with sidewalls that don’t fasten together can allow medium to shift too much, essentially defeating their very purpose. Others that fasten don’t have overlapping sides, which can easily allow dirt to clog the fastener. Phat Sacks Transplanters address both of these issues with a sturdy Velcro seam and a generous overlap to keep it clean. Add thicker fabric, reinforced stitching, and easy-lift handles, and you have a specialty transplanter that simply outperforms and outlasts the rest!
- Dimensions: 5″ Diameter x 6″ High
- Root zone aeration and drainage
- Greater oxygen content at the root level
- Air prunes root tips, which prevents root-binding and promotes complex, fine root growth
- Double-stitched seams and triple-thick material for durability and extended use
- Overlapping layers to keep Velcro clean
- Better drainage than plastic grow bags or nursery pots
- Short and wide dimensions hold a large amount of medium with a low container profile to provide a greater vertical area for plants to grow.