Air-Pots have unusual, profiled walls, a kind of egg extrusion configuration, composed of enclosed inside cones and cones open to the outside. In traditional pots, the flat walls inside the container repel the roots and trigger a spiral process in which the roots lengthen without increasing the root mass.
Internal cones direct the roots outwards, to open cones, where, because the air density in the soil is too high, the roots dehydrates and cease to lengthen.
In response, the plant sends information that causes the roots to grow sideways to compensate for the losses, which leads to a thickening of the root system due to the power increase in root mass.
Air-Pot porosity also creates better conditions for bacterial activity and thus increases the amount of nutrients for plants. , the root system is also very effective in taking all available nutrients and water.
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