How to Use V.K Grow Bags For Plants

How to Use V.K Grow Bags For Plants

What is V.K. Grow Bags?

V.K. Grow Bags are bags made from HDPE material that is used for growing all types of plants in the Home Gardening and Terrace Gardening. Grow bags are very used for limited space Gardening. Grow bags are a great alternative to Terracotta and Cement Pots as they are Flexible and Foldable and they can be used for 5 to 6 years because V.K. Grow Bags are made of the best quality HDPE material. To use the grow bag, first, you have to prepare the grow bag for planting the plants. The plant is grown by using the grow bag properly. If you want to know about using grow bags to grow plants during home gardening or terrace gardening, then read this article completely.

How to use Growing bags for plantts

To plant and grow plants at home, you need to know how to choose the right size to grow bag and how to prepare a grow bag. Stepwise information related to the use of grow bags and planting plants in them is given below which is as follows

Buy Good Quality Grow bags

You buy a grow bag based on the plant you want to grow first. To buy the best quality grow bags, you can order various sizes of grow bags sitting at home by visiting our online store You can choose HDPE or fabric growing bags according to the size of the roots of the plants grown in the garden. You buy small and medium-size grow bags to grow plants and vegetables and buy large size grow bags to grow small trees.

Put Pebbles in the Bottom of the Grow bag For Drainage

If there is no proper drainage system in the grow bag, more and more water will accumulate in the soil of the grow bag and the plant planted in the grow bag will get destroyed due to excessive water logging. So if you're using a potting mix for planting that doesn't drain water properly, you'll need to add sand pebbles to the bottom of your grow bag. You can lay a 1-inch-thick layer of sand pebbles or perlite at the bottom of the bag.

Fill the Grow Bag with Good Quality Soil

You can prepare gardening soil by mixing appropriate compost for planting in V.K Grow Bag, also the ideal potting mix for grow bags is 1/3 moss, 1/3 compost mix and 1/3 vermiculite can be prepared. Fill the grow bag with prepared soil, and empty it 2 inches (5 cm) from the top.

Shape the Grow Bag with Filling Soil

While filling the soil in the grow bag, shake the bag a little and give it the right size, so that the soil gets evenly filled in the grow bag.

Make Drainage Holes in the Grow Bag

If you buy a grow bag and there are no drainage holes in the bottom of the bag, you can poke small holes in the bottom of the bag with scissors. Keep in mind that the hole should be about 0.5 to 1 cm in diameter. If the hole is large, the soil and essential minerals will leak out along with the water.

However, the grow bags purchased from V.K. Pack Well already have drainage holes. Also note, fabric grow bags do not require drainage holes. So in both these cases, you will not need to make drainage holes.

How to plant in a Grow bag

After preparing the V.K. grow bag by filling it with soil to grow the plant, the next step is to successfully plant the plant in the grow bag. Let us know how the plant should be planted in a grow bag

Select Plants to be Planted In Grow Bags

To get the best results, the plants grown on the basis of the size of the grow bag should be selected. Plants with shallow and tender roots are ideal for growing in a grow bag, as the roots of these plants will have enough room to grow in the grow bag. You can grow almost all types of vegetables and flowering plants in a grow bag.

However, you can also grow larger plants, such as trees, in the larger V.K grow bag.

Position of Grow bag on the basis of plants

After selecting a plant to be grown in a grow bag, you need to determine the location of the grow bag based on the conditions required for that plant to grow. However, the V.k grow bag is easy to move from one place to another and can be placed at different locations depending on the needs of the plants. The amount of sunlight and water availability needed for your plant's growth are considered when choosing a grow bag location. Plants that require sunlight to grow should be placed in a place with sufficient sunlight. Place the pots of the vines in a place where they can be protected from strong wind and support for the vine to grow.

Install the plants in soil of Grow Bags

To plant the plants, make planting holes by scooping out soil from a grow bag filled with soil. Make sure the plant's roots are completely covered in the planting hole you made.

Install the root ball of the plant in the soil of the grow bag. Place the root ball in the planting hole. Make sure the entire root ball of the plant is covered in soil. Next cover the top of the root ball with the potting soil you removed.

Caring for Plants in Grow Bags

After you have planted the plant in the grow bag, the next step is to take care of the plant. If you want to successfully grow the planted plant in the grow bag, then the following points have to be kept in mind.

Watering plant in the Grow bag frequently

Plants in grow bags generally require more water than plants in pots. Keep checking the soil of the grow bag daily. Water the soil whenever you find the soil dry. Geo fabric grow bags generally require more frequent watering than HDPE plastic grow bags. Although it can be difficult to water well in a grow bag, a self-watering system is often beneficial for watering. Drip irrigation can be used as an alternative to self-watering system. Drip irrigation is a system by which water is released into the soil slowly and continuously.

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