Air root pot is consist of three parts: side wall, plunger (or bolt) and chassis. When assembling, the components can be assembled. In the practice of large-scale seedling production, the chassis is generally not used. The chassis is a sieve-like construction with a unique design that uniquely protects against root rot and main root coiling. The side walls are inter-protruding and have small holes at the outer end.
When the roots of the seedlings grow outward, due to the "air pruning" effect, more new roots are germinated in the back of the root tip and continue to grow outwards, greatly increasing the number of lateral roots.