Originally Posted by Raw710
I agree. I haven’t seen to many problems with root circling in coco, seems like you could really never get them rootbound. Fabric pots are great but a real pain if you try to take them out to transplant. Which one seems like it uses more water?
Sorry I wasn't clear. Fabric pots & air pots use more water because there's more area for evaporation.
You're right that fabric pots aren't good for transplanting. Airpots, otoh, are absolutely terrific because they unwrap from the rootball. They're too pricey for me in larger sizes but the 2.8L size with the orange bottoms serves me extremely well for seedlings. When the plants are sexed & selected they get moved up to the 5 gal fabric pots to flower. That's in organic soil w/ blumats. Dunno what sizes apply to hydro in coco- smaller, I suspect.