Yield Pots

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Javadog, Sep 30, 2013.

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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Hello,

    Has anyone used this brand of cloth pot?

    I am wondering how they stack up against Smart Pots.

    I have used SPs and like using them.

    Thank you,

    JD
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    FoolBloom

    FoolBloom Active Member

    Curious myself. I just picked up 2 of them to try. They are nothing like smart pots as far as material but seem like they will have good Areation. Not sure if the roots will have the same growth rates though.
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    Amysd

    Amysd Active Member

    They all do the same thing! The yieldpots are great because they dont waste nutrients! You can water the top and not worry about nutrients hitting the sidewall and running down the side! I know many large commercial guys who run yieldpots on all their operations and they swear by them! Good product, better price!
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Well, I hope so...I bought a 25 pack of 2 gallon yield pots.

    They were a great deal....a fraction of the cost of the same number of smart pots.

    Take care,

    JD
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    100Lights

    100Lights New Member

    Yea, we use 2000 of the 2gals a month up here in Canada and most of the large guys do too! Very good pots, we've tried them all!
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    Thank you for taking the time!

    JD
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    dailybud100

    dailybud100 New Member

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    litewarrior85

    litewarrior85 Member

    I'm currently using one with a flowering clone of ATF. I haven't been able to tell the difference, but it is a cheaper is option. For me, saving a buck here and there doesn't matter cause I'm micro(2x2 w/400w). They only had 5 gallon, so I picked one up and filled it with some tga super soil. The plant is very happy and is begging out of control. I don't think there are any real benefits to these pots unless you were growing on a very large scale. At that point, te savings would be more apparent. They do look tougher then smarties as well.

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