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TerraHydro Superoots Air-Pot Review


TerraHydro Superoots Air-Pot 8.4 Liter

Just recently I began to use Aeration Pots for my hydroponic Set up. They have made a tremendous change in my grow area. They are much simple to clean than other methods, they are adjustable based on how much medium is required, and most of all they accelerated my yield time frame by a significant amount.

SuperRoots Air-Pot  Best Air-Pot Planting Container for Marijuana

I just recently purchased a set of 3 gallon Air-Pots. They are utilized for transplanting seedlings and cuttings from smaller containers. There is an option to transplant outdoor, however since I only grow indoor, they are effective enough to carry the plant through out both seasons. The plants I have been harvesting have been around 4’ tall. The root system on the plants grow phenomenal.


An ideal environment is created by the Air-Pot by allowing the bacterial air and circulation. This allow an Increase in nutrient availability which in turn improves growth The healthier environment creates resistance to disease. The inward pointing cones guide roots out, This air prunes the roots because the because the air density of the medium is too great. The pots allows for a much greater nutrient up-take. They are designed for plants to have quick growth and high yield. The size and efficiency of the root system increases nutrient uptake a great deal which leads to accelerated growth.

Medium Preferences for SuperRoots Air-Pot

I prefer lava rock, coco and aeration rock combination for the medium, however the medium can be any growers choice. The Air-Pot are useful for organic or hydroponic media. Before I had a complete hydroponics drip system set up I would hand water them, and it seemed to be highly effective. The roots experience oxygenation, This is achieved by Air-Pot’s raised base. This prevents plants from standing in water.

In general Air Pots allow for root development, oxygenation nutrient uptake and plant quality. They help reduce crop time and transplant shock. The product has a long life span and produces high yields. 

SuperRoots Air-Pot Details

Dimensions: 11" H x 10.5" Outside Diameter
Base: 9" Yellow Base
Volume: 2.2 Gal., 8.4 L

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