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Do you have a question about RediRoot? Perhaps you see potential for working with us on a project or you want information about becoming a distributor. Whatever it may be, please feel free to reach out and one of our team members will be in touch!
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PO Box 191
Boring, OR 97009
Introducing The RediRoot Team
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At RediRoot we saw that growers of all kinds needed a solution to traditional solid wall pots- whether for commercial growing or personal gardening and beyond. We created RediRoot with that in mind.
With a focus on superior root development and root health, our containers are made to help maximize yields and minimize costs. RediRoot, in its essence, is a tool that helps growers produce the best plant material possible.
About RediRoot Containers
Rediroot containers are planting containers that encourage horizontal root growth through a process called air-pruning. Air-pruning reduces circling roots, stimulates new root growth, and helps prevent the transplant shock that occurs when you move a plant into a new container.
RediRoot is owned and manufactured by NurserySource. Since its inception in 2006 NurserySource has brought a spirit of curiosity, innovation, and commitment into the horticulture space as we have worked to develop products that facilitate growers providing them with the tools they need to produce stronger, healthier plants and trees.
So tell us… What can we make for you?
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I place an order?
Call our 800 number (800) 654-2116 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you offer volume discounts?
Yes! We offer case, pallet, and container quantities and the pricing improves with each level.
Where can I purchase RediRoot?
Please see our Purchase page to find a store near you or an online distributor.
We are currently working to expand distribution of RediRoot so that it is more accessible to all growers. If you would like to see your local store carry RediRoot products please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
How does pricing work and do you offer wholesale discounts?
We believe in fair and honest pricing which is why we do not change prices across the markets we serve. We do however provide discounts based on volume of an order as we see value in partnering with those who support RediRoot. Contact us directly to see what we can do for you.
Can I buy direct?
We work with customers to find the best ordering solution to fit their needs. Believe it or not it is generally more affordable to order through a local store or distributor. If for any reason that is not the best option for you we will sell to you directly. Just call us at 800.654.2116 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I become a distributor?
We are always looking to work with new stores and distributors. Please reach out to us through 800.654.2116 or email email@example.com please be sure to include any pertinent information.
What is air root pruning? What’s so great about it, anyway?
Air root pruning refers to the pruning effect that air has on roots when they become exposed to it. RediRoot containers allow aeration to happen at the sides of your root zone, pruning the root tips and signaling your plant to produce more lateral roots. More lateral roots mean your plant is going to absorb water and nutrients more efficiently, resulting in higher yield. #morerootsmorefruits
Won’t the soil run out the sides?
Unless you are using a fine mix, it won’t! Just make sure not to leave any big gaps when you’re potting and you’ll be golden.
Will the soil dry out faster?
Short Story: yes. Long Story: RediRoot containers promote a dense structure of water-loving lateral roots. As a result, they are going to use water more quickly and efficiently. Contact one of our Cultivation Specialists to learn more about how to achieve optimal results.
- Chris Murphey
- Ryan Coast
Commercial Cultivation Specialist
Why are circling roots bad for my plants and trees?
It may help to think of roots like the foundation of a plant or tree. The fibrous roots move out from the plant horizontally in soil to search for water and nutrients, this also helps provide some stability for plants and trees.
When roots begin to circle, as they do in a traditional solid wall container, they never stop. This means that over time circling roots strangle your plants and trees. Circling also reduces fibrous root growth. (Fibrous roots are what help your plants absorb water and nutrients.)
How does RediRoot help to prevent transplant shock?
Transplant shock is caused by shock and stress to a plant or trees roots at the time of the transplant process. This is primarily caused by root pruning, or separating roots due to the circling that happens in a solid wall container. Since the roots of plants grown in RediRoot are already pruned through air pruning our plants do not experience the same stress. Instead plants grown in RediRoot have roots that are ready to explode with new growth when transplanted.
Where is RediRoot made?
RediRoot is manufactured by NurserySource, made at our production facilities in China. Containers are made from 80% recycled materials.
Can I re-use my RediRoot containers?
YES! RediRoot is made to withstand multiple seasons of growth in a commercial environment. Some of our containers have been in use for over nine years! As a plastic product, we encourage the reuse and/or recycling of our containers as a way to help minimize the environmental impact. Reduce - Reuse - Recycle
Do you work with influencers?
As of 2018 we do not have an official influencer program however we do appreciate the opportunity to connect with those who see value in RediRoot. Please feel free to reach out by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org