All grow bags are exclusively designed and sold by Bootstrap Farmer. Raised bed grow bags from Bootstrap Farmer are just the perfect fit for your hobby or commercial growing needs.
At Bootstrap Farmer, we went ahead and produced our own grow bags at a more effective price point compared to others on the market. If you're someone who's looking for a large grow bag that's cost-effective, we have just the right one for you.
Our 200 gallon grow bags should last you about 3 years under normal environmental conditions. Our large grow bag has reinforced handles that make it easy to transport. This grow bag also prevents heat build-up, allows excess water to drain away, and aerates soil.
200 gallon durable grow bag
50" in diameter, and 24” deep
This fabric grow bag is the perfect raised bed for your garden
Provides ideal drainage and aeration
Encourages root pruning to stimulate growth
Great for air pruning to produce a better plant than a root-bound plant
Reuse your grow bag for many seasons
Made of recycled plastic
This grow bag can be washed, and folded for storage
Fabric Grow Bag Guide
(Grow bag sizes and approx. cubic ft of soil: approximate measurements if filled to the top.)
A single plant (house plant, annual flowers)
A single plant or a combination of smaller leafy greens.
Tomato, peppers, eggplants, potatoes, and woody herbs like rosemary. Mixed food crops like a cocktail garden
Long season root crops like garlic or onions, carrots, and beets: large herbs or small fruit trees, bay tree
Long season root crops, potatoes, mixed greens, flowers, herbs
Used in place of a raised bed, shallow-rooted crops, leafy greens, and lettuce
Used in place of a raised bed (perennials, vegetable crops)
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Please define normal conditions? Normal conditions here in central Mississippi aren't going to be the same normal conditions in say Illinois.
So they won't just break down on you within 3 years. But obviously they are fabric, so a 200 gallon bag for instance, after year 2, might not be a good idea to be dragging it around full of soil. Basically just common sense type stuff. Since we sell heavy duty stuff everywhere else, we just say normal conditions to relate that these are still just fabric bags that will last you 3 years, unless you're doing something a bit too aggressive or unusual with them. Hope this helps!
How do these bags hold up against gophers? Will they chew through the bottom?
Good question which im afraid I don't have a definitive answer. It takes a lot of effort to rip the fabric. I imagine a gopher would need to put some effort into it but it could get through.
These are made out of a leach free food safe polypropylene fabric woven plastic. A gopher could probably chew through but it would not enjoy doing so. We have never heard of anyone mention that they had a gopher chew through yet. If this was something you were really concerned about you could line the bottom with hardware cloth which is a steel mesh available at any hardware store.
Would these be good for growing potatoes?
These would be great for growing potatoes. You could plant several seed potatoes in one 200 gallon bag. Growing them in a grow bag, makes harvesting them a breeze! There is no need for a shovel, so there is no risk of cutting through the potatoes when your harvesting!
If you would like to use smaller grow bags, just plant fewer potatoes per bag!
How. Many bags do i need. Grow bags
Depends how much you plan on growing in your grow bags. These are the 200 gallon grow bags and are 2" over 4' wide (50") and about 24" deep. Really just depends on your growing needs.
Would either the 100 or 200 gallon bags be good / deep enough for root crops such as beets, carrots, parsnips, etc?
Yes either one would work nicely. 100 gallon might be better since you'll have to move less dirt. Just remember to replenish soil with organic material such as compost after harvest to keep soil healthy for next crop.
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