New, Patented Technology Revolutionizes Plant Growing and Transplanting
Release Pots Sets New Industry Standard for Speed, Ease and Success
By: Release Pots
Release Pots invested five years in technology development, product design and testing to create a comprehensive line of potting and transplanting pots that virtually guarantees transplanting success, regardless of experience level. The company's proprietary technology, design and substrate eliminate risks to plant survival encountered with traditional pots - from root binding to root rot, and everything in between.
Made with recycled materials, Release Pots also deliver unprecedented ease of use for the avid gardener. Transplanting is significantly faster, easier, more convenient and less messy with Release Pots than any other pot on the market today. This combination of higher plant survival rates and faster, easier transplanting has people throughout the industry talking.
"No more pounding, hitting, rolling, or cutting just to get the plant out of the pot. Release Pots remove without damaging the root ball -- every time," said Release Pot founder, Dean Munt. "And that's just one of twelve key benefits," Munt added.
Known for being early adopters, the Master Gardener and amateur grower communities have shown tremendous enthusiasm for the new technology. "The lace-and-release system is built into every pot, and their assortment offers the size options I need when planting and transplanting my ground cover, plants, and shrubs," stated Justin Pendilla, an amateur grower in Carson, CA.
On a larger scale, the commercial growing industry has much to gain by adapting Release Pots given the hundreds of millions of individual plants, shrubs and trees produced annually for retail garden outlets and professional landscapers. "This line of pots is a game-changer because increased plant survival is a major benefit for everyone involved in the ecosystem, from nursery to retailer to DIY gardener," commented one California nursery owner involved in a Release Pots beta test.
California is home to over 4500 commercial growers, which is one reason Release Pots chose to enter the market in their home state. The company plans to distribute nationally in 2020 and globally in 2021.
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Tony Tomassini, Baltic Ave. Marketing