DARK AND STRONG ROOTS
Due to the pruning of roots, the seedlings have better roots that can absorb more oxygen, moisture and nutrients. When the roots go into the outer net, the outside air prevents (pruning) the roots from growing to the outside. At the same time, the pruning of the air causes the internal roots to burst with the growth of the roots with a beneficial fiber.
Seedling coins are made from a sterile peat growing area, enclosed in a rotting net. This net decomposes in the soil in the garden or compost, but retains energy through critical stages of seedling and planting. No pot is required, and the growing area provides good ventilation and water storage. The speed and rate of decay will vary depending on soil conditions or compost.
It prevents the shock of transplantation because there is no disruption of the roots and the plants are easily established.