How to use growing bag
Firstly,Purchase your growing bag. You can purchase a growing bag improvement store or online shop. You can choose a plastic or fabric growing bag, but fabric growing bags often need to be watered more than plastic bags. The roots will be as large as the plant, so choose the bag according to the size of the roots. Don’t buy a very large bag unless you are going to plant something large .
Secondly,line the grow bag with clay pebbles to aid drainage and add some soild .you may need to line the bottom of your grow bag. You can line the bag with clay pebbles or chunky perlite. Put enough of the pebbles or perlite at the bottom of the bag to cover it completely.And then you could add some soild in to growing pot and pierce drainage holes in the bag.
Thirdly,choose plants with shallow roots for best results.You may choose omatoes, peppers (capsicum), eggplants, zucchini, cucumbers, marrow, strawberries, French beans, lettuce, herbs and flowers. And put their seeds into the growing pot.
Fourthly,you shoudl water everyday and observe their growth.Grow bags typically require more water than potted plants. Check the growing bags on a daily basis. Water the soil anytime you see that it is drying out. The plastic heats the peat mix up considerably, so keeping the soil moist is essential for the growing plants to succeed.Fabric bags usually need to be watered more often than plastic bags.
Lastly.Fertilize heavy feeder plants. Heavy feeder plants are plants such as corn, tomatoes, and cabbage family crops. You can buy a fertilizer or make your own natural fertilizer. You can make your own fertilizer out of Epsom salt and eggshells, worm castings, and compost tea. Spread a thin layer of fertilizer on top of the soil. There should be room if you left a couple of inches (5 cm) at the top of your bag. Fertilize your plants at least once a week.
Waiting for your plant growth .