I'm going to grow some apple trees that are currently in 5 gallon containers and some chestnut seedlings that are in 1 gallon containers in some Air-pots in an attempt to increase their survivability and as a comparison 'test'. I've previously planted fruit/nut seedlings and had a mediocre survival rate. I'm hoping that using the Air-pots and keeping a close eye on them will help give them a good start. I'm an absentee landowner and will keep the Air-pot planted trees at the house versus planting them in the ground on my property 45 minutes away. I also want to keep them in the Air-pot containers a LOT longer than the previous trees. The previous trees were purchased in regular containers and were only a year or so old. I hope to keep them at least 2 or preferably 3 years in the Air-pots. I want them as BIG and STRONG as possible to ensure their survivability My questions are. . . What soil should I use? Is Happy Frog or Fox Farm's Ocean Forest a good choice? Are soils geared towards Cannabis too 'hot'? THANKS in ADVANCE !!!