fotografías españoles - Step 3 - How to prepare good plants with the Groasis Technology

This is how you repair destroyed primarry roots
 
This is how you repair destroyed primarry roots
Compact the top soil of the pot
 
Compact the top soil of the pot
You cut 3 cm of the bottom of the bag including the roots
 
You cut 3 cm of the bottom of the bag including the roots
You do this because in the bag the primary root doesn\'t grow vertically downwards as it should but horizontally
 
You do this because in the bag the primary root doesn't grow vertically downwards as it should but horizontally
The primary root that is supposed to grow downwards often even grows upwards
 
The primary root that is supposed to grow downwards often even grows upwards
This is how you remove the destroyed part of the root
 
This is how you remove the destroyed part of the root
Detail of the part where the primary root splits  in many small roots who are not able to penetrate deep into arid soil or rocks
 
Detail of the part where the primary root splits  in many small roots who are not able to penetrate deep into arid soil or rocks
Detail of removed horizontal part of primary root
 
Detail of removed horizontal part of primary root
Left OK - right the wrong part pruned off
 
Left OK - right the wrong part pruned off
Now you have created a vertically downwards growing primary root
 
Now you have created a vertically downwards growing primary root
You cut the bag carefully in the length
 
You cut the bag carefully in the length
You place the tree with the bag
 
You place the tree with the bag
It is now planted so you remove the plastic
 
It is now planted so you remove the plastic
The pruned primary root will resprout within 3 months with new vertically downwards growing primary roots
 
The pruned primary root will resprout within 3 months with new vertically downwards growing primary roots
 
 
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