growbag

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growbag

[ˈgrəʊbæg] Nbolsa f de cultivo
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But for most, getting back to nature means a walk in the park and perhaps a couple of Gro-bags of spuds.
If you are growing them in pots, you can stake them with canes, but that will be trickier if they are in Gro-bags. Instead, tie strings to the greenhouse roof above the plants and drop the string down to the plant, tying it loosely around the stem.
If you have used Gro-Bags or similar this summer, why not mix the spent compost with some well rotted organic manure and add to the garden.
The court heard divorced father-of-one Skelton noticed them carrying gro-bags into the sheds last September and asked them to get rid of whatever they were growing.
oOur garden is too small to grow anything except tomatoes in Gro-Bags. We could have been economical with our allotment space and plotted everything close together but with the little ones, itAEs nice to have two plots and space for running around.
Former secretary Zoe, 33, of Woodside Avenue South, Green Lane, Coventry, is also keen on the latest baby 'gro-bags' that seem to be in all the shops.
``There's no room for those,'' she says of burgeoning courgettes and leeks that are pushing their way out of gro-bags by the side of the path.
STACK two gro-bags to produce bigger cucumbers - Sam Granger, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
3 If you have used gro-bags or similar this summer, why not mix the spent compost with some well-rotted organic manure and add to the garden?
Seeds of salads such as tomato, lettuce, pepper and greenhouse cucumber can be sown in preparation for planting in Gro-bags next month as the greenhouse empties.
Instead, get down to the garden centre and buy a whole load of summer salad and herb seeds, a couple of gro-bags, and a handful of tomato plants.
Our neighbour told him to use gro-bags, so he bought three.