How to prepare and grow?
Step 1. Mix the damp soil with fertilizer, and then add 4 inches of it to the bag. Place 4-6 potato tubers on the soil with the shoots facing up, then add another 2 inches of soil to cover them.
Step 2. As long as the soil is not completely dry, it is best to wait for about 2 weeks for the plants to emerge before watering.
Step 3. Continue watering after the buds have sprouted. When the plant is 12 inches tall, add 6 inches of soil around the bottom of the plant and water it.
Step 4. Once they have grown 12 inches above the soil, repeat the previous process until the bag is almost full. Keep them well watered, especially in dry weather.
Step 5. Wait about 7-8 weeks until the leaves turn brown and die completely, then you can harvest potatoes.
(Harvest potatoes from the aisle cover, take only the big potatoes and let the small potatoes grow up in the soil)
Step 6. After the crops are harvested, disassemble the bag and recycle the compost as a soil amendment in the garden.
Step 7. Clean the planting bag and store it for next planting.
What's the growth?
Growing bags are ideal for the growth of most plants,
Can grow deep-rooted plants, such as potatoes, carrots, radishes, sweet potatoes, etc.,
You can also grow plants that do not have deep roots, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, peppers, eggplants, and courgettes.
Package content: 4 planting bags (excluding vegetables and other props)