247Garden 5-Pack 20 Gallon Grow Bags /Aeration Fabric Pots w/Handles (Black)
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- Fabric pot allows roots to breathe and grow healthier, boosts plant growth and yields
- Decreased risk of transplant shock, creates improved overall root structure
- Keeps plant warmer in winter and cooler in the summer
- Prevents roots from circling, Decreased risk of transplant shock
- Pot Dimension : 19" Diameter 16" Height
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247Garden's 20-Gallon Aeration Fabric Pots combine the ease of use of a traditional nursery pot with the benefit of a breathable container. Keep the roots of your favorite plants cooler with more room to grow by planting in a breathable 247Garden Aeration Fabric Pot today! Made with 100% non-woven 260g landscape fabric, BPA-free and environmental-friendly felt. Sold in pack of 5. Key Benefits of 247Garden Aeration Containers: Stronger, healthier plants from start to finish. Improved overall root structure, producing more root tips. Elimination of root circling in pots Decreased risk of transplant shock. Better use of water and nutrients. Quicker growing time with most likely better yields. Our 20 gallon aeration fabric pots are great to satisfy all the bigger size plants and trees that like to grow in a more comfortable environment. After all, we think comfort brings good health for everyone.
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I used a mixture of miracle grow potting soil and some composted garden soil that we let sit over the winter. Probably about 50-50. I set each of the bags on four flat landscaping bricks because I thought that would make them sit more evenly. My mom planted her potatoes in 3 of the bags a few weeks after St. Patrick's Day. I planted 2 eggplant in the last 2 bags a few weeks after that. It was warm here in eastern Pennsylvania so I pushed the season.
Both the potatoes and eggplant grew beautifully. We have already already harvested all of the potatoes and have replanted the pots with more potatoes to try for a 2nd season. So far, they are growing well. We have been harvesting large fist size eggplants at a rate of about 1 or 2 a week. We planted a variety grown particularly for containers.
These bags dramatically increased the real estate of my garden. It took almost no preparation and, as it looks now, they will be in great shape for use next year. I do plan to empty them out come fall and keep them in the basement. I have attached a few photos.
UPDATE: April 30, 2017
My plans to empty out the bags and put them away for the winter went awry. I just never got to it. They all stayed outside. I turned them over about 3 weeks ago and am happy to report that they survived the season intact. I have refilled all of them with "energized" soil. (I took last year's stuff and added some manure, hay, and water. I let everything sit under a tarp in the sun for a few weeks and then shoveled it back in the fabric pots.) The soil is not ideal but, sometimes, situations dictate shortcuts. I've planted 2 eggplants and am getting ready to do the potatoes in the next week or so. The bags show no sign of wear and tear. Another big thumbs up!
For my hot climate it dried it very fast and needs watering every day, because of this I add more compost in them along with the potting mix, or double stacking the bags to reduce drainage. (Some people are against compost in containers, but imo this is less of a problem in grow bags because they drain so fast in hot climate).
The roots grow really well in them. I use 1 - 2 gallon containers to grow microdwarf, 3 gallons for determined dwarf tomatoes, and 5 gallons for indetermined dwarfs, cherry tomatoes or full sized tomatoes but top them off and limit the plant to one or two stem.
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