OPEN TOP & GROW BAGS
High quality Suncool Open Top & Grow Bags are an excellent growing medium for seed raising, floriculture and horticulture applications. It provides growers the capability of saving time and labour. All they have to do is to distribute Open Tops in the greenhouse, as before expansion the Open Tops have a very low weight, and adjust the dripper. Easy to handle, store and use, it is ideal for greenhouse applications as there is no need to fill and spread the heavy pots. We produce it with our special multi-layer co-extrusion technique from superior quality raw-material.
Suncool Open Top Bags & Grow Bags are widely used as plant substrates for soilless cultivation and are an ideal way to grow and bedding plants of vegetables like tomatoes, chilies, cucumber and cut flower production in sunny patios and balconies for home gardening, as well as in the greenhouses. Coco peat grow bags are largely used in greenhouses. They provide excellent aeration and drainage for strong healthy root systems. Reusable year after years they fold flat for storage.
OPEN TOP & GROW BAGS High quality Suncool Open Top & Grow Bags are an excellent growing medium for seed raising, floriculture and horticulture applications. It provides growers the capability of
Greenhouse grow bags
Grow bags are incredibly useful throughout the garden: just pop them anywhere you want to grow plants but don’t have soil, like the edge of a patio or outside the back door. They give you an instant growing space for sweet peas, annual climbers like morning glory, or productive herbs, vegetables or even fruit.
We stock grow bags in our garden centre all year round, as well as useful accessories like frames that clip over them to support your plants as they grow and covers to help them blend more easily into the garden. Here are some top tips to make sure you get the best from your grow bags throughout the year.
Fluff up before planting: When you get your grow bags home, plump them up like a pillow before you use them. This breaks up the compost inside where it’s become compacted in the stack, letting in air and making it easier for your plants’ roots to penetrate.
Stack several together: If you’re growing big plants like tomatoes, consider stacking two or even three grow bags on top of each other to give your plants a better root run. Cut out a long rectangle from the first grow bag, then put another on the top, cutting squares from the underside to let the roots through.
Use a second time for salads: Once your peppers and cucumbers have finished, don’t throw out your grow bag. Top up with compost if necessary (you may need to cut a longer rectangle from the top) and re-sow with baby-leaf salads to see you through autumn.
Please ask the staff in our Mullingar garden centre for more information and advice about growing in grow bags.
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Greenhouse grow bags Grow bags are incredibly useful throughout the garden: just pop them anywhere you want to grow plants but don’t have soil, like the edge of a patio or outside the back door.