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Need best possible material for pot liners
November 13, 2017
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Hi! All....

I'm a novice as far as gardening is concerned and have recently been inspired to take this up as a hobby.

The setup that I'm working on getting together are 20" pots, cocopeat, vermi compost, Neem pellets and panchgavya. I have also invested in home composting since I figure this would be required in abundance. My house already has about 300 pots, but they need better care for persistent flowering and fruits.

My question pertains to choosing pot liners. Since I have plastic pots, I think it might be a good idea to have pot liners so that taking out the plant is simpler in case it needs to be replanted. For that I have been contemplating whether old cement bags can be used or jute sacks. I'm aware that both would probably disintegrate in a year or so. I remember seeing somewhere a nice fabric that had a felt kind of look, but I don't know what that is.

Any inputs on this would be appreciated.

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