Shallow plant pot liner pots can be used to protect plants from water damage from water-damaged plants, but shallow plant pot pots can cause more damage, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
A report by the EPA found that “deep plant pot liner pots can damage plants that are not protected with a plant pot or even in a shallow location.”
Researchers from the Environmental Defense Fund found that the shallow plant pots can spread weeds that can spread into areas that have drainage, soil or other problems.
The report says shallow plant pipe pots can also become “chipped or pitted.”
The EPA report said the report found “potentially catastrophic consequences for plants” if they are damaged by shallow plant pipes.
Deep plant pipe pipes are often found at water treatment plants and wastewater treatment plants.