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Yifnny 3 Pack 7 Gallon Potato Grow Bag, Garden Planting Bags Pot

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Product description

Color:3 Pack

The secret of our health,besides doing exercise, is a healthy meal: Fresh Vegetable and Meat.How about the vigorous vegetable?Absolutely, Growing in a great enviroment where Roots can respirate well and Leaves can enjoy the sunshine

Growing Bags -- Plant anywhere you want. These garden planter bags are suitable for indoor and outdoor planting. They are ideal for patios, small gardens, balconies, sun rooms, and any outdoor space. They can be used to plant potato, taro, radish, carrots, onions, and many other vegetables

Product Description:
Quantity: 3 Pack
Material: Nonwoven cloth
Capacity: 7 gallons / 26.5L
Diameter: 30cm / 11.81 in
High: 35cm / 13.78 in
Suitable for seeding, planting or storage.

Package Including:
3 Pcs potato grow bag (one for each of black, brown, and green colors)

How to use (For example potato)
【Step 1】: Mix the moist soil with the fertilizer, then add 4 inches of them to the bag. Place 4 - 6 potato tubers on that soil, with the shoots facing upwards, and add a further 2 inches of soil to cover them
【Step 2】: As long as the soil does not completely dry out, it is good to wait about 2 weeks for the plants to emerge before watering again.
【Step 3】: Keep watering when shoots have germinated. When the plants are 12" tall, add 6 inches of soil around the base of plants and watering.
【Step 4】: Once they have grown another 12" above the soil, repeat the front process until the bags are nearly full. Keep them well watered, especially in dry weather.
【Step 5】: Wait about 7-8 weeks, till the foliage has turned brown and died back completely, then you can harvest potatoes.

(Harvest the potatoes from access flap, just take the big potatoes and keep the small potatoes to grow up in the soil)

Yifnny 3 Pack 7 Gallon Potato Grow Bag, Garden Planting Bags Pot

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