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Plantstay Introduces the Next Generation of Potted Plant Support-Trains & Maintains - Plantstay was designed to support, brace plants in their upright position without ever damaging the root system. A revolutionary way to support / brace, or adjust your canopy without ever damaging the roots! Perfect for Soil or Hydroponics - Plantstay.com
Plantstay Introduces the Next Generation of Potted Plant Support-Trains & Maintains

 

NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Huntington Beach, CA, United States, 2012/03/27 - Plantstay was designed to support, brace plants in their upright position without ever damaging the root system. A revolutionary way to support / brace, or adjust your canopy without ever damaging the roots! Perfect for Soil or Hydroponics - Plantstay.com.

   
 
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Next generation of Potted Plant support or brace

Plantstay is a simple but revolutionary device that keeps potted plants upright with no stake or potential root ball damage. The next generation of Plant support.

Plantstay is an apparatus that supports a potted plant stem, maintaining a straight upright position without resorting to forcing a stick, or rod into the soil, causing potential damage to the plant root system.

Plantstay never penetrates the soil and clamps firmly onto any size or shaped potted plant lip, avoiding any impact on the soil or plant during its entire life cycle. Moreover, by sliding the wire armature, the degree of plant angle can be adjusted incrementally. Plantstay will train your plants, not like a stick, which is a crutch.

This simple technology is a world of difference to the time-worn, primitive method of stabbing a stick into the soil, often damaging into the plant base and its root ball at the same time. Subsequently a clip or tie is secured to both plant and stick to keep it upright. By not damaging the roots, one will achieve a bigger yield!

Unfortunately, this clumsy method often affects the plant’s well-being, resulting in root system damage. Excessive moisture or sunlight also plays a role in how frequently a plant needs old-fashioned repositioning. Over time, you can see in the first picture ([.] plantstay.com) the damage that conventional method causes.

Furthermore, if a plant is knocked and as more adjustments to ties, clips and the stick itself are necessary, the soil environment is further compromised and the plant base and its root system begins to decompose. The plant is usually in shock or impossible to save at this point.

The Plumeria pictured on Plantstay.com website is the plant and root system that prompted the design of Plantstay. Notice how the stalk is close to breaking and how easily Plantstay is put into operation.

Please take a moment and review the 2 min. flash video infomercial over at Plantstay.com and its application in several different sized pots. Note how easily, with no tools, clips or 'other-parts' how easily a set of hands can adjust Plantstay from 5 inches to 16 inches and all pots in between. The Plantstay is economical, re-usable and easily adjustable for just about any size potted plant. One size fits all from novice to the serious Gardener.

Plantstay... Take care of your Potted plants without ever having to damage the Root ball. "It's like a Paper-Clip for your Potted Plants." U.S Patent Pending

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