Our new designer line, is available in three different widths, 5'' (joey), 8 1/2" (jill), and 11'' (jack), all measuring 3'' tall. Easy to use and affordable, they are perfect for growing succulents, small house plants and herbs. Besides using them for gardening needs they also display well on desks, coffee tables, restaurant tables, store displays and more. The porous material allows the plants to breath, and the containers come in three decor friendly colors: Navy Blue, Forest Green and Heather Grey.(Where to Buy)
It is recommended if planting indoors to place on a tray, as the pots are made of a porous material and water will come through.
|Size||Description||Liter Size||Dimensions||Metric Dimensions|
|JOEY||Small||Small||5'' wide x 3'' tall||12.7 cm wide x 7.62 cm tall|
|JILL||Medium||Medium||8.5'' wide x 3'' tall||21 cm wide x 7.62 cm tall|
|JACK||Large||Large||11'' wide x 3'' tall||28 cm wide x 7.62 cm tall|
|BALCONY||15.5" length x 7.5" wide x6" tall||40 cm length x 20 cm wide x 15 cm tall|
Short answer is no not at this time. Our understanding is that at this time the federal government does not view growing Cannabis as a federally legalized act and has not yet required that they meet FDA standards test 21 CFR 177.1630 (contact with food, drugs, biologics and cosmetics).
The FDA requirements are of course inevitable since it is important that container manufacturers create safe non-toxic containers for the use of growing plants that will be consumed by humans.
We at Root Pouch believe it is important to our customers that our containers have been tested and have passed safety test for contact with food. We have decided not to wait until it is required and have taken it upon ourselves to ensure that the containers we produce are free of harmful contaminants that my effect the quality and safety of the plants grown in them.
All our grow bags have undergone rigorous testing by BACL (Global testing and certification lab) in accordance with FDA contact test 21 CFR 177.1630
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