150, 200, 300, 400 Gallon Fabric Pots
Here you will find our current selection of fabric pots in the following sizes 150, 200, 300, and 400 gallons. Pots here are offered in black or tan as well as with or without handles. Manufacturers include Smart Pot, Gro Pro, Aurora and Hydrofarm. For more information on these growing containers please visit our Smart Pots and Fabric Pots category page . Larger sizes such as 500, 600 and even 1000 gallon sizes are available but are ‘special order’ only, if you are interested in these sizes please contact us.
150, 200, 300, 400 Gallon Fabric Pots Here you will find our current selection of fabric pots in the following sizes 150, 200, 300, and 400 gallons. Pots here are offered in black or tan as well
300 gallon smart pot grow(Need advice)
Im currently running 24 300 gallon smart pots and these things are strait bushes! This is currently my first outdoor grow and i am wondering if i can get some tips for supporting these things in flower. The last thing i want is broken branches!! :angry
Also i have had many different opinions about covering these things in the later seasons. Im running sour D, dogshit, and bluedream so i know they will all be late finishers. Is it necessary to cover them when the rain comes? How cold can it get before i need to have them covered? All the support and advice i can get from experienced people would be greatly appreciated! thanks farmers
Living dead girl
I’m sure others will have something to add here.
The cages will do it, so will Hortonova trellis. Cages/trellising/netting also prevent rippers from cleaning your clock. I wouldn’t want to hand-tie all those girls beyond what’s needed to stabilize them in a cage like what you’ve done. Some folks might have something like a hoop house or frame that plastic sheeting can be hung on, it’s a terrible thing to have a storm come in at just the wrong time and ruin a bunch of crop. Have on hand Bt spray, as well as. oh man, the name is escaping me, for preventing mold.. Serenade?
Looks like you’re off to a decent start. 🙂
Living dead girl
quick question on the smart pots:
where did you find soil and additives to fill 24 x 300 = 7000 gallons of soil? I’m a hydro guy so this might be basic, do you buy truck loads of quality or what?
How do you condition the dirt/soil to get it ready for plants?
Living dead girl
If it were me (and next year it will be, but I haven’t got flat land enough for 24 sites) I’d go with a truckload of topsoil. It’s what we did for the raised beds, and our supplier’s soil f’ing kicks azz! $300 for a 10cu yard load, delivered. All very well-amended, of course, starting with Gardener & Bloom Harvest Supreme.
Then I include things like kelp meal, blood and bone meal, greensand, dolomitic lime, guanos, alfalfa sweepings, can’t remember what else. Oh yeah, a few bags of worm castings go in, too. Um. Dr. Earth Organic 4 for my girls, Organic 5 for hubby’s veggie garden. Organic 4 for my rhodies, Camellia, dogwood, that stuff. What else. Play sand, the silicate type. Threw in some diatomaceous earth for pool filters, but just a few small handfuls. Now that I’ve sourced Azomite I’ll be adding that when I recondition after harvest this year.
Jeez! I can’t believe I forgot that I added a scoop-load (guessing at about 2’x2’x3′ volume) of compost from the local garden center. It still had some woody bits, but it was better volume for price compared to the Harvest Supreme.
Im currently running 24 300 gallon smart pots and these things are strait bushes! This is currently my first outdoor grow and i am wondering if i can get…