- 【Excellent material】 ----- Thick felt plant bags, moisture resistant, breathable and water permeable, prevent overwatering and prevent excess water from entering. Eco-friendly and lightweight, provides a healthy environment for root crops.
- 【With access flap】 ----- Potato growing bag with a viewing window with Velcro closure, through which you can not only observe the growth of the roots and fruits of the plants, but also easily harvest the fruits of plants without digging the soil must.
- 【Easy to use】 ----- The plant bags have two fixed handles, which are standard 3.0 polypropylene, can strengthen 10 times the load capacity, and can not break. You can move it easily and worry-free.
- 【Stable seam】 ----- The bottom of the plant bags is sewn with polyester thread to form a fully closed side, which makes them more strong and durable. The top of the planter bags can effectively prevent the wire from falling out due to frequent movement. reusable for years
- 【Versatile】 ----- Vegetable bags are ideal for patios, small gardens, balconies, solariums, other outdoor and indoor spaces that can be folded up for storage while resting. Widely used for planting potatoes, onions, taro, radishes, carrots and other vegetables. Can also be used as a storage bag.
Material: non-woven fabric.
Volume: 26.50 l, 33.66 l, 38.47 l, 56.52 l.
35 x 30 cm (D x H).
40 x 30 cm (D x H).
50 x 30 cm (D x H).
30 x 35 cm (D x H).
35 x 35 cm (D x H).
35 x 40 cm (D x H).
40 x 45 cm (D x H).
Scope of delivery: 2 x planting bags (vegetables are not included)
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Grow bags are ideal for most plants.
How do you prepare and plant it?
Step 1. Mix the moist soil with the fertilizer, then add four inches of it to the bag. Place 4-6 potato tubers on this soil, the shoots and add another 5.1 cm of soil to cover them.
Step 2. As long as the soil does not dry out completely, it is good to wait about 2 weeks for the plants to emerge before watering them again.
Step 3. Continue to water the sprouts once they have sprouted. When the plants are 12 inches tall, add 6 inches of soil around the base of the plants and water.
Step 4. Once they've grown another 12 inches above the ground, repeat the process until the bags are almost full. Keep them well watered, especially in dry weather.
Step 5. Wait about 7-8 weeks for the foliage to turn brown and become dead again, then you can harvest the potatoes. (Harvest the potatoes from the flap, just take the large potatoes and hold the small potatoes to grow in the ground).
Step 6. When the plants are ready, split the bag open and recycle the compost as a soil conditioner in the garden.
Step 7. Clean the planting bag, store it for the next planting.