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Different Kinds of Pots for Growing Cannabis

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There are many different kinds of pots for growing cannabis, and depending on where you grow, how you grow, and what pots you use, you’ll obtain one result or another. Not all pots are the same, and some have some pretty unique characteristics that differentiate them from others, like how airy they are or how the plants’ roots grow in them. In this article we’re going to explain the main differences between these pots so that you know which to use in your grow.

There are various kinds of flowerpot that are classified in two groups; plastic flowerpots and fabric flowerpots. There are many more kinds of plastic flowerpots than there are fabric ones. We’re going to talk about all of the different models so that you can easily tell them apart.

Your plants will easily adapt to each kind of pot, and depending on which on you use your plant will grow out a certain way – plants tend to grow in the same shape as their roots, which means they grow the same shape as the pot – if you place your plant in a square pot it will grow out in a square, and if you look at it from above you’ll see it has an X shape. If your pot is deeper than it is wide, then you’ll end up with a plant that’s taller than it is wide, and if you have a pot that’s just as wide as it is tall then you’ll have a plant that is as wide as it is tall.

Different Kinds of Pots for Growing Cannabis:

Square plastic flowerpot
Square plastic pots are generally the most used in growing cannabis, as they have the perfect size and shape to efficiently place more plants and make the most out of the space you have available, both indoors and outdoors. They’re much deeper than they are wide, so this will be reflected in your plants, making them the perfect shape for indoor growing and allowing you to place more side by side. Within the category of plastic pots, you can get both black and white pots – white pots are generally used for growing outdoors, where the sunlight can bounce off the pots rather than heating your roots and possibly stressing them out. Black pots are used indoors, where the light isn’t strong enough to penetrate the flowerpot, so they don’t heat up and stress out your roots. You can get pots from 0.20L, which are the smallest ones, up to 11L.

Aeropot flowerpot
Aeropot flowerpots are pots that prune your plant’s roots so that they never stop growing secondary roots. When growing cannabis plants in this pot, the plants will grow just as wide as they do tall, and in some cases even wider. Due to having so many secondary roots your plants will grow out wide, kind of like bushes, and due to the fact that the roots are constantly growing, your plant won’t stop growing either until the roots have completely filled the pot. These pots are ideal for when you want to transplant your plant outdoors in your garden or in a guerilla grow, where you don’t want your plant to be 3m tall and easily visible by prying eyes; using these pots will guarantee you compact plants that are full of thick long colas of bud. For indoor growing these plants are ideal for mother plants, from which you’ll be able to get never ending clones until you need to transplant it to a bigger pot. Apart from all of that, your plant’s roots will get much more oxygen and they’ll feed much better than with a completely closed pot. Make sure to water them slowly, keeping away from the edges of the pot or the water might start flowing out the sides. Available in 1L, 3L, 6L, 10L, 15L, 25L and 50L.

Special Autoflowering Pot
These pots are plastic, 18L white pots that are absolutely perfect for growing bigger autoflowering strains such as Deimos, Magnum or Big Devil XL. Due to the fact that these autoflowering strains take about three months to complete their cycle, they need quite a lot of substrate in which to grow their roots. They also need to have more soil in order to retain more humidity for hot outdoor days. If you were to plant a three month strain in a 7L pot like other autos then they’ll have just enough water for one day when they’re fully grown – add on the fact that water evaporates when it gets hot, and you have a recipe for disaster. With this autoflowering pot you’ll have the perfect amount of space and substrate for your plants to get enough water that they need once they get bigger. Keep in mind that due to having so much soil at the start you need to water carefully, as if you over-water your plants at the start they can grow out rather dwarfed. Only available in 18L.

Round white handled pots
These white round handled pots are generally used for flowering seasonal outdoor plants or to keep mother plants indoors. When you grow cannabis plants you need to transplant them just like someone whose grown out of their shoes – your plants shouldn’t go into these pots right at the beginning, as the smallest size available is 30L and you’ll need to start off small and slowly move up to different, bigger pots – 3.5L, 7L, 11L etc. Generally, growers tend to let the plants grow out more in 11L pots and then do the transplant to a 30L pot once the light changes and your plants will soon begin to flower. You can even grow them in 30L pots and transplant to 50L pots once the flowering period rolls around. Available in 30L, 40L and 50L.

Cannabis grow bags
Grow bags gained quite a lot of popularity, as they’re extremely comfortable and easy to use. You need to clean normal flowerpots after every use, whereas with these bags all you need to do is throw them out and replace them with a new one – you can clean them if you want and reuse them a few times but it’s much easier to just chuck them out, which is what they’re made for. They’re much taller than they are wide, and they have a round and elongated shape, making them perfect for indoor growing where you can place many of them in small spaces. You can plant an enormous amount of clones in a small amount of space with the 2,2L or 4,4L bags. You can also plant pretty much any strain you’d like as they also come in a 44L format. They’re extremely easy to transplant, as all you have to do is cut the bag and place your plant and its roots to a bigger bag or to our outdoor garden. Available in 2.2L, 4.4L, 8.8L, 12L, 22L, 30L, and 44L.

Grid flowerpot
These flowerpots are designed for growing in hydroponics or aeroponics, where the plant’s roots are suspended in clay balls, receiving a constant water flow. Depending on your system you’ll need a specific sized grid flowerpot. The smallest ones are used for cloning in hydro and aero, where you’ll need to have them in order to hold the clay balls while your clones put down their roots – they can also be used in systems such as Dutch Pot Hydro, where 5 of these little pots are used with a 12L flowerpot. The bigger ones are for different systems, like the 3” ones for Amazon by Nutriculture or 6” for the DWC Pot by Neptune. They’re extremely resistant and easy to clean and reuse time and time again.

Fabric flowerpot
Texpots are an innovative form of flower “pot” made out of fabric so that your plants’ roots can breathe properly, especially in dry climates. Due to being so aired out, the roots will be permanently prunes which will ensure a speedy and lengthy growth, which will lead to a bud-monster during the flowering period. You can wash them in any old washing machine, meaning that after every grow all you have to do is pop them in the washing machine, dry them and they’re ready to go again. They use a similar system to Aeropot flowerpots when it comes to growing roots, and they’re also round, although the big difference is that these pots are made out of fabric. You can get them in both black and white for indoor and outdoor growing; available in 1L, 3L, 7L, 15L, 25L and 50L.

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Author: Javier Chinesta
Translation: Ciara Murphy

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