The size of the air into the Smart Pots
When the roots grow in containers they eventually reach the walls of the container. With pots, rigid walls, the roots, reaching the walls of the pot, begin to turn in circles and continue to move in search of a more favourable environment. These root systems exhibit very little ramifications, they are often tangled on them-memes-and depending on the type of plant, have produced a taproot. These characteristics can hinder the rate of plant growth and, in some cases its chances of survival when they are transplanted.
The pots and Smart Pots are manufactured as a one-time, non-woven, polypropylene. The roots grow laterally, they expand on its rootlets. They don't turn in circles in search of oxygen. The fabric lets air. The root mass occupies all the available space in the pot by producing lateral roots instead of turning to the search for pockets of oxygen.
Smart pots allow plants to properly absorb the water and nutrients present in the soil or the substrate.