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Rectangular grow bags

Rectangular grow bags

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Regular price Rs. 120.00
Regular price Rs. 240.00 Sale price Rs. 120.00
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GSM : 405
Thickness :
2mm ( +/- 0.5 )
Durability :
3-5 years

Introducing Planteria Geofabric grow bags -
the ultimate solution for your gardening needs. Crafted from eco-friendly materials and direct from the manufacturer, these bags are not only sustainable but also designed to last. With a breathable fabric that promotes healthy root development and a smart drain system that eliminates the need for holes, these bags are a must-have for any gardener looking to optimize their plant growth. Easy to shift and economical, these bags are a smart choice for any garden.

Note - These grow bags are without pipe and fittings. 


Designed with function and durability at the forefront, Planteria Fabric Pots with Handles combine excellent breathability, high drainage, and sturdy construction to deliver a long lasting, dependable fabric pot product.
The geotextile fabric is made from BPA free plastics, and the marine-grade thread performs season after season - in even the harshest salt and moisture laden conditions.
Planteria  Fabric Pots with Handles boast some of the thickest fabric material on the market, and are easily reusable and washable at the end of a season.
Available with handles, and in Velcro Transplanter variations, Planteria Fabric Pots with Handles can be utilized for every stage of plant life. Planteria Fabric Pots with Handles are available in sizes up to 65 Gallons.


Aerated fabric pot - promotes healthy roots through air pruning, leading to better fruit and higher yields.
Durable, washable, reusable for up to 5 cycles, making them  a great buy for commercial and personal growers alike.
Self-supporting square bottom design Strong marine-grade stitching on handles and quad-stitch seam
Allows proper water drainage, and naturally keeps roots cool.
Handles allow for easy movement of pots


Flat 100 rupees is charged for every order value below 599. For the every orders above order value of 599 is considered free shipping.
Return policy has been framed by PLANTERIA to allow customer to return in case if they have received defect product
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Will I need to water more with fabric pots? 

Because our pots have improved drainage and aeration, you may need to water more frequently depending on the soil blend you use and the temperature. You can use water-holding soil blends to reduce the frequency of watering while still getting the aeration benefits of fabric pots.

What size fabric pot should I use for my Plants?

The perfect pot depends on the needs of your plant - we include the height and diameter of all pots in the description so that you can quickly verify that you have the correct root depth and width for your plant. 
Shallow rooting plants thrive in 12-18”  root depths, and typically dont require more than 6-12” diameter in width to grow. 
These tend to be leafy greens & herbs, but can also include potatoes and even broccoli! 
Medium Rooting Plants will thrive with 18-24” root depth and around 2 feet in diameter of width. 
This encompasses most other common garden vegetables, like tomatoes, peppers, carrots, squash, peas, beans, and some herbs like rosemary. 
If you’re in a pinch, we recommend asking your local garden store or consulting reliable online resources

How much soil do I need for each pot?

You can refer to oursoil volume chartfor info on how much soil each pot will take to fill. Because bag sizes vary, we have our chart in 1.5 CuFt bag measurements, with yard measurements for larger pots. If you are unsure about how much you might need, you can send us an email at and we will do our best to help out! 

How do I clean my fabric pots? 

Cleaning fabric pots is easy! 
If you are removing your soil for the season, empty the pot and remove as much debris from the pot as you can, give it a good rinse with a hose or pressure washer, and allow it to dry out. You can use a Shop Vac to remove any additional debri before the next step.
From there, you can soak your pots in an oxidizing detergent like OxiClean with some warm water and agitate by hand, or simply wash them in your washing machine with warm water. This will also sanitize your pots for future use! 

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