DynaPot Fabric Grow Pots, Heavy-Duty, Eco-Friendly Grow Bags, Black, 1-100 gallon sizes

$4.09$25.35

  • Available in multiples sizes: from One to 100 Trade Gallons (2.8 Litres to 280 Litres)
  • Made from Non-BPA Recycled Water Bottles (helping to reduce environmental waste)
  • The strongest fabric pots on the market – will last multiple seasons
  • Perfect for growing vegetables, flowers, ornamental trees, tomatoes, roses, etc.
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Description

DynaPot: Heavy-Duty Fabric Grow Pots

The DynaPot fabric grow pots are the strongest grow pots or grow bags on the market, and will last multiple seasons. They can be used for patio, balcony or backyard growing – safe for vegetables and attractive for growing plants and flowers. The larger sizes can be used as instant raised garden beds – just open, add soil and water and plants! A perfect solution for the urban gardener!

Made from Non-BPA Recycled Water Bottles

Yes, you are helping the environment every time you choose to use DynaPot – plus you are growing your own healthy food!

The Perfect Pot for Growing

Container growing has never been more popular. More and more folks want to grow on balconies or decks or patios and DynaPot lets you grow anywhere you want your garden. Not only that, DynaPot fosters healthy roots which mean healthy plants!

Root Pruning? What is that?

The sturdy fabric we use for our pots allows easy oxygen exchange and is water permeable as well. This means you never have to worry about over watering. The roots grow out to the edge of the pot and if they grow through the fabric, are root pruned keeping the roots from circling in the pot and maintaining healthy root structure.

Air pruning is a technique that exposes root tips to relatively dry air which stops their growth. When the root tips stops growing, the root develops a series of lateral roots – secondary roots that branch out from the originals within the growing media and spread until they reach the thin layer of air at the walls. The cycle keeps repeating while plant is producing smaller, more fibrous roots through air pruning.

Improves Root Structure

With DynaPots, plant’s root mass will be housed within that container and the roots are a plant’s direct connection to water and nutrients uptake. This flourishing increase in root mass which increases more area of root matter contributes to the accelerated growth of the plant and ensures prolific yields.

Aeration & Temperature Control

In plastic containers, heat can reach up to 125 degrees Fahrenheit; with no place to escape, it “cooks up” the roots. DynaPots offer a heightened breathability to allow essential airflow into soil. These pots regulate temperature through evaporative cooling and absorption of solar radiation. This aeration provides not only a healthy environment for the roots and supports microbe and essential bacteria but also gives roots adequate access to oxygen to diffuse carbon dioxide away from the roots caused by the respiration of root cells and micro organisms. DynaPots’ ability to release heat allows plants continually develop healthy root growth despite excruciating hot summer days.

Better Drainage to Fight Root Rot

Traditional plastic and clay containers have poor drainage mechanism that result in various soil borne diseases responsible for root rot. DynaPots fight root by preventing over watering. These containers are made to drain excess water and keep moisture at an ideal level for healthy plant growth.

Garden Anywhere! Rooftops, Patios, Terrace, on Cement or Rocky Ground!

Size & Specifications

dynaPot Capacity Dimensions
(Diameter / Height)
Soil Capacity
(in cubic ft.)
1 Trade Gallon (2.8 L) 18 cm D / 15 cm H (7" / 6") 0.13 cu ft.
2 Trade Gallons (5.6 L) 20 cm D / 18 cm H (8" / 7") 0.20 cu. ft.
5 Trade Gallons (14 L) 30.5 cm D / 24 cm H (12" X 9.5") 0.62 cu. ft.
7 Trade Gallons (19.6 L) 35.5 cm D / 30.5 cm H (14" X 12") 0.85 cu. ft.
10 Trade Gallons (28 L) 40.5 cm D / 30.5 cm H (16" X 12") 1.34 cu. ft.
20 Trade Gallons (56 L) 51 cm D / 37 cm H (20" X 14.5") 2.82 cu. ft.
45 Trade Gallons (126 L) 76 cm D / 43 cm H (30" X 17") 5.96 cu. ft.
100 Trade Gallons (280 L) 91.5 cm D / 58.5 cm H (36" X 23") 13.13 cu. ft.

 

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Size

1 Trade Gallon (2.8 L), 2 Trade Gallons (5.6 L), 5 Trade Gallons (14 L), 7 Trade Gallons (19.6 L), 10 Trade Gallons (28 L), 20 Trade Gallons (56 L), 45 Trade Gallons (126 L), 100 Trade Gallons (280 L)