Air pots are equipped with cuspated walls, which are made up of closed inward-pointing and outward open-ended cones. The inward cones direct roots to the outward cones, where the air density is too great, and the roots dehydrate and fall off. Thus, the air pot “prunes” the roots. In response to this, the plant will send out more roots, which will form a dense root system, with a large number of white-tipped roots. Thus, the sapling becomes much stronger than it normally would, thanks to the structure of the air pot.
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