Yield Pots are the newest technology in the indoor / outdoor gardening industry and have surpassed all competitors. The fabric PET material allows for more air flow to the root system and is designed to drain slower than other pots. With slower drainage you can maximize nutrient intake and grow larger plants. The pots are double stitched and are easily cleaned to reuse in multiple growing cycles. If you’re looking for a better alternative to Geopots and Smart Pots, Yield Pots are the answer. Only use for top feeding & soil systems.
Yield Pots: 5 Gallon Fabric Pots
SIZE: 5 Gallons (19.3 liters)
DIMENSIONS: 9.5″ L x 9.5″ W x 10.5″ H
MATERIAL: Breathable food-grade fabric
Fabric Pot Technology
The latest trend in hydroponics is growing your plants in fabric pots. These pots are lightweight, in expensive, reusable, and highly effective. We have the largest online store for buying fabric pots at great prices. There is no better way to start your soil or hydroponics garden than with planting with fabric pots. Fabric pots are available in many different sizes and have many different uses. If you have only used the traditional plastic pots than you are truly missing out.
3 reviews for Yield Pots: 5 Gallon Fabric Pots
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Brian (verified owner) – :
Go yield pots! Love your product! I am a long-time user and have recommended your company to all my friends.
Jason (verified owner) – :
I am the president of our community garden and have been doing research on fabric pots throughout the winter. After spending much time and conversation with several manufacturers of fabric pots, I decided on fabric pots. I ran across the website of buyfabricpots.com and they offered me very good pricing and my members and myself are really excited about growing a variety of vegetables in the pots.
David (verified owner) – :
My friend suggested that I try fabric pots to grow my vegetables being that I have very limited yard space. Last year I grew a variety of herbs like parsley, rosemary, thyme, oregano and sage. I was very pleased with the results and have been recommending them to my friends this gardening season.