Pots & Net Pots
As with regular plants, your marijuana requires to be housed somewhere, though some plants can openly grow in clay pebbles all over the grow room table! You will likely use a bucket of sorts or more preferably- as it is tailored for this purpose- a pot will be used to keep your plant inside of. Choose one that is tall and narrow as opposed to wide and shallow for your plant's root growth. Have a wide diameter pot for a larger plant to support its’ development. Eventually, you will likely have multiple pots that you will move a bunch of transplants into from a smaller growing space.
You can start with small pots and get as large as you need at later stages of development. Most are made of thin plastic and will have the holes for draining that you require for the plant's homeostasis of liquid and nutrients. Invest in decent pots as you do not want one to chip along the top as cheap ones are liable to do. More specifically let’s look at net pots, used in hydroponic gardening. These anchor the plants in the hydroponic system and may or may not be used with a grow medium.
Net pots for hydroponics are composed of rigid plastic mesh which promotes drainage- these are reusable and optimize root growth and your plants flourishing. It is designed with holes that cover the sides of the pots for the plants to gain moisture and nutrients from these places.
The plant roots can float and will be submerged into a solution that is nutrient-rich within the 10-inch or 6-inch net pots, for example. The flowering size is not determined by the pot size, though a larger pot for a more extensive cannabis plant will have an easier time supporting the weight. You need to provide the backing for the greenery from somewhere else if you are going with smaller pots. So as a general rule use big pots for big plants.