- Product Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 25.4 cm
- Shipping Weight: 794 g
- Item model number: V724400-100
- ASIN: B01DUWESSO
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 18 2016
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,883 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
Viagrow 1 Gal Grow bags, 100 Pack, 1 gallon
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- Thick durable construction
- Low cost alternative to plastic nursery or ceramic pots
- Used by commercial greenhouse growers for drip irrigation or top feed applications
- When filled with media bags easily stand upright
- Black Interior and White Exterior for superior performance, reflecting light back towards your garden
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Standard grow bags with fluted side walls and pre-punched drainage holes along the bottom. Thick plastic can be reused several times with Sterilization. These grow bags are reversible with white on one side and black on the other.
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I like how you can turn them inside out depending on your crop.
- If you have a heat loving crop like tomato, potato, eggplant, pepper, basil, you turn the black to the outside to heat the soil.
-If you have a cool season crop like lettuce, kale, peas, carrot, etc. you turn the white to the outside to reflect light.
I had these outside for months in high-traffic, visible public spaces including several community gardens, and none of them were ever stolen. I think they are much less enticing because they are a relatively low value container, and they are awkward to carry for a long distance when they contain soil.
Throughout the growing season, the plastic held up very well, and was was resistant to wear and deterioration.
I would recommend these for community gardeners who want to supplement their growing area with containers.
When I realized that I had more transplants than would fit into my raised beds and containers, I bought these inexpensive bags to give them a home. We filled them with a mixture of ordinary dirt, composted bagged product and bagged potting soil.
They were easy to line up and fill. The transplants seem happy in them and they come with great drainage holes.
When the season is over with, the plants can be removed, the remaining dirt can be salvaged and the bags can be tossed.
Great solution that allows me to grow more plants and produce more food.
in and out due to cold, storms and wind. These bags are not stable if you are hauling them around, they may be fine if they stay in one spot. Also I noticed once I transplanted into the bag, the bag material was not supported in any way other than the pressure of soil within the bag, so I felt as though every time I moved the bag for the first couple weeks, the roots of the plant were shifting around and I snapped more than a few tomatoes. While outside on the few warm days we had, I noticed the bag got really hot with little protection for the roots of the plant and my plants wilted quickly. Lastly, on transplanting into the garden, although I had hoped to use these again (not for plants), getting the plants out of the bag and into the ground required cutting and destroying the bag - they were a pain to work with. No more, I'm going back to pots.