In a Container
The ProGrow works best in a container by absorbing the water and nutrients from the bottom up. For the best results, all you need is a container that can hold 1"-2" of water. Add water about once a day and fertilize frequently.
In the Ground
Planting a ProGrow Vegetable Pod in the ground is as easy as it gets. Just dig a hole about one foot deep and plant! The burlap fibers are loose enough that they will not inhibit the roots from pushing through to the soil. Water and fertilize as you would any vegetable plant.
Once the season is over, the ProGrow Vegetable Pod can simply be thrown out in the trash or added to your compost pile as the 100% natural materials are biodegradable and compostable. No more messy containers and soil cleanup.
By the end of the season, the ProGrow Pod will biodegrade in the soil and require no cleanup. As with any garden, you will want to clean up dying plants and till the soil for the following spring.
The ProGrow Pod utilizes a high quality burlap bag as the perfect vessel to contain a growing vegetable plant. The burlap is made from 100% natural jute and contains zero additives or other chemicals. The burlap will fully decompose under normal conditions after one season.
The soil used is mainly composed of coconut coir as opposed to peat moss. Peat moss is harvested from bogs that take hundreds to thousands of years to regrow. Coconut coir is produced from a waste scrap of coconut harvesting: coconut husks.