What you need

1 - Oyama Planter
1- Plant to be potted
Water/Fertilizer Solution
Soil less mixture

Inner Pot: Start by taking the inner pot and filling it with moistened perlite from the base up to the perlite line.
Make sure the bottom of the inner pot that sits in the water well is thoroughly filled with perlite.

Next place a layer of soil mixture (filling about 3/4 from the soil line) directly on top of the perlite.
Remove the plant from the original pot and cut off old soil from the bottom of the root ball with a sharp knife.
Remove all loose soil from the top of the soil mixture.
Fill soil mixture loosley to the bottom line of planter, making sure the roots and any neck is covered.
Using your fingers gently press down on the soil mixture, but do not pack.

Outer Pot: To prevent root shock while transplanting. It is advisable to dilute the water with nutrients (i.e. Vitamin B1).
Fill water diluted solution to the uppermost line of the outer pot. Gently rest the inner pot inside the outer pot.

Wait a few hours and check the water level. You will note that the self water absorbing system begins to work immediately,
making sure your plants receive constant moister and nutrients. Once all the water has been absorbed,
add more only up to the most bottom line of the outer pot. Check the water level regularly.
Only add water once the water in the outer pot has been completely absorbed and the soil feels a little dry.
After a few weeks once the watering intervals have been established you will notice that your plant will require
very little attention and less watering. Depending on the type and size of your plant,
you may go up to 10 days between watering intervals.
However, it is important to note here that although Oyama Planters do provide the growers a simplified approach to growing,
it is still up to the grower to follow these directions and check the plant on a regular basis


oyama planter.


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