A lucrative grow requires careful planning, attention to detail, and a delicate balance of resources, labor, and time. A grower’s ability to manage these elements can mean the difference between a profitable harvest and a waste of limited funds.
Here at GeoPot, we believe in providing cost-effective solutions to help you make the most of your investment. That’s why we provide high-quality fabric pots and planters to help your plants perform to their greatest potential, product care tips to make sure your containers last as long as possible, and a cost-effective G-Lite fabric pot for growers on a budget.
Another way that you can ensure an efficient, waste-free grow is by using our downloadable Soil Volume Chart to plan your next soil or growing container purchase.
Measure for Measure
Early in the growing process, every cultivator must determine how many growing containers they need for their plants and how much soil it will take to fill them. Making purchases based on rough estimates can lead to wasted money and extra unwanted resources, so getting a precise measurement of your needs can be incredibly valuable.
Our Soil Volume Chart tells you everything you need to know about our various sizes of GeoPot fabric pots and GeoPlanter raised beds so that you can plan your grow with confidence. You’ll find the dimensions, soil capacity, and even information on exactly how many 1.5 cubic foot bags of soil will be required to fill them. Buying soil in bulk? Our Soil Volume Chart will even tell you how many of our containers you’ll be able to fill with each cubic yard.
Plan for Precision
With this information at your fingertips, you’ll know exactly how many pots you’ll need and how much soil to purchase, avoiding the need for guesswork or wasted funds. Once you have an idea of how many plants you’ll be growing and how much space you have available to you, just refer to our Soil Volume Chart before you place your next order of fabric pots or raised bed planters, and you’ll be on your way to a profitable grow.
Check out our GeoBlog for more container gardening tips and a deeper dive into the science behind growing in fabric pots and planters.