Square Coir Pots

Item No. CN-CRSQ
Made from Coconut husks, these sturdy PlantBest Square Coir Pots are an environmentally friendly alternative to peat based containers. Can also be used with our Square Pot Carrying Trays. Renewable alternative to plastic and peat pots with visibly better, faster plant growth Moisture is maintained
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Made from Coconut husks, these sturdy PlantBest Square Coir Pots are an environmentally friendly alternative to peat based containers. Can also be used with our Square Pot Carrying Trays.

  • Renewable alternative to plastic and peat pots with visibly better, faster plant growth
  • Moisture is maintained in the soil
  • Easy to be transplanted into ground after 2 months
  • Higher resistance to mold
  • Environmentally-Friendly
  • 100% biodegradable

Specifications

Outside DiameterHeightCapacity Cubic In
3 1/4"3"15.3
3 7/8"4"27.4
Specifications
LTL Freight Type GROUND
Replenishment System Purchase
Available for Drop Shipment No
Item Tracking Code PARENT
Reviews (11)
  • Love these coir pots!
    These coir pots are great for our needs. I start in small cells, then transplant into the 3 7/8 x 4 coir pots to continue their growth under grow lights. Then out to the garden they go! Planting is so quick, easy and less messy using the coir pots. Plus when they break down they add to my soil. Love them!
  • Teresa
    These coconut coir pots are a more sustainable alternative to peat pots. I used them for the first time last season and was pleasantly surprised that they hold up longer and stay moist longer after watering than peat pots do. Unlike peat pots, the roots can easily make their way through the fibers so you can plant the whole pot in the ground. One negative.... approximately 10-15 pots per case we're damaged or had defects that made them unusable. Also, they are more expensive than peat pots, but for me the sustainability factor was worth the extra cost.
  • Square coir pots
    These pots are perfect. Germination time for my TPS was only 4-5 days. The growth in these compared to plastic is twice the growth so far! Holds the moisture better.
  • Warning! Very Salty Pots!
    I typically love coco pots, but these were an epic fail. I couldn't figure out why the first batch of transplanted plugs burned up and the seed flats germinated, but looked overfed within days. Despite little or no nutrients in the feed water, the EC was still coming back way too high (going in at .8 for the plugs and coming out at 2.4). In my frustrated investigation, I picked up a pot and smelled it - it was like standing on a beach smelling the salt air. I confirmed the theory when I took 2 new pots out of the case and poured a liter of distilled water over them. Within minutes, the EC of the water was over 1.0. Five minutes later, the EC was over 2.0. Half an hour later, the distilled water hit the top of the meter and was 3.6+. I had been looking for this exact size coco pot for a while and was really excited about them. The construction looked sturdy, but they have clearly not been rinsed of the salt water that's used in the coco refining process. I wish I could get the cocotek brand coco fiber pots in this size and shape. Never had a problem with their pots, but the 3 circular pots don't fit well into 1020 flats. If you already have them, do a test with distilled water like I mentioned before using. You can try rinsing them prior to planting, but you'll probably need a lot of water.
  • Good direct plant container
    This was my first experience using this brand of direct plant pot. In the past I have used Cow pots or peat pots for direct planting. I was looking for an item to fit in my containers which I have used for Cow pots. These fit but are a tight fit. The peat pots don't fit at all. These are less expensive than the Cow pots but more expensive than a similar size peat pot. The rots penetrate these pots quite well which was one of my concerns. I don't think these will break down as fast as the Cow pots which means they are less likely to fall apart in your hands but may remain in the soil longer. These, the Cow pots and the peat pots all are good direct plant pots and each have there limitations and advantages.
  • Coir Planting Pots
    Love these. I got the 3 in. size, which is versatile. Last soooo much better than peat pots and they breathe. Price was great, and the square ones fit into the planting trays better than round ones.Highly recommend Greenhouse Megastore for price, service, and reasonable shipping costs.
  • Great Product Fast Shipping!
    Thank you - can't wait to use them!
  • Don't buy these!
    Actually, i just don't want you to reduce the stock! GM runs out alot and i need them all the time for my nursery. The only trouble with them is that they tend to start fraying in about 3 weeks, which should be considered if things stay on your shelves longer than that.
  • Nice, clean pots
    These are much better than peat pots for potting individual plants for sale in my nursery. My customers love them at the farmers markets. Roots can grow through them and they are entirely plantable and eventually decompose.
  • perfect lil pots!
    i havent used the pots yet, but they arrived on time and they are really great quality. i was going to buy some similar ones on amazon but I'm glad i didn't because then i wouldn't have these. will buy from this company again
  • Roderic
    I still use some peat and the Kord square pots, but I mostly use these square coir pots. I put them in the Kord carrying trays until planting time. The best overall growing containers!
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