What Crops Can I Grow?

What Crops Can I Grow?

What makes the Paper Pot system so popular?

One of the reasons Paper Pot Planter products have become so popular is their versatility. Whether you’re a home gardener or a commercial grower, you can grow a wide variety of crops and enjoy the clean, crisp, and healthy taste of home grown produce at your leisure.

Which crops can you grow with Paper Pot Planter?

With Paper Pot Planter products, you are only limited by your imagination (and some minor soil conditions). The revolutionary system allows you to plant, grow and harvest a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and flowers. Some of the most popular crops include: spinach, lettuce, beets, onions and more!

Paper Pot Planter guidelines

However, there are a few things you should keep in mind when deciding which crops to grow or planning your new farm.

#1. Spacing – The paper chain pot with the largest spacing allows for a maximum of 150 mm of in-row spacing. Because of this, it’s important to seed crops which will perform well at this spacing. Some of the crops which will perform well at this distance and in a wide variety of locations include: onions, shallots, scallions and leeks.

However, for increased versatility you are able to plant in every second spacing or utilise companion planting as ways to creatively combat the distance between seedlings and maximise your output.

#2. Cell size – Regardless of the in row spacing (50 mm, 100 mm or 150 mm), the cells of Paper Chain Pots are standard sizes. As a creative tip, you can avoid space restrictions by transplanting in varying timeframes. For example, crops which may develop a taproot or quickly become root bound should be transplanted quicker than those which can develop in the Paper Pot System.

Crop recommendations for paper pot spacing

For 50 mm of in-row spacing, we recommend that you plant Asian greens, lettuce mix, spinach, onions and cilantro.

For 100 mm of in-row spacing, we recommend that you plant Asian greens, beets, kohlrabi, Cipollini onions, mini onions, speciality onions and Swiss chard.

For 150 mm of in-row spacing we recommend that you plant leeks, head lettuce, onions and shallots.

For more information on the perfect crops for you to grow, simply call or email our friendly team today.