1. Reeyox Strawberry Grow Bag, 2 Pack 10 Gallon Strawberry Plant Bag with 8 Side Planting Pockets, Breathable Felt Material Plant Container with Handles for Balcony Courtyard Gardening (Black)

Reeyox Strawberry Grow Bag, 2 Pack 10 Gallon Strawberry Plant Bag with 8 Side Planting Pockets, Breathable Felt Material Plant Container with Handles for Balcony Courtyard Gardening (Black)

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Plant Your Vegetables & Fruits In Our Big Grow Bags Plant Your Vegetables & Fruits In Our Big Grow Bags Eat fresh vegetables & Fruits you grow: Would you like to grow your own food? It's really easy and fun to do. Creating a garden, to see plants grow and blossom, watering and fertilizing, then wait for harvesting good crops. All of this just need these plant grow bags. A fulfilling, relaxing hobby, provided you have the right tools at hand. That's why many experienced gardeners choose us. Great quality, attention to detail and value for money. Advantages Of Our Large Vegetable Growing Bags: Breathable Plant Grow Bags For Fruits& Vegetables It's made of thickening non-woven fabric, washable&reusable, allows roots well ventilated and no waterlogged, your plants will grow faster. 8 Side Grow Pockets The 8 side pockets are perfect for Strawberries' shallow roots. Plus you can add even more plants to the open top. Allow the strawberry plant grow freely and boosts yields Reinforce Carrying Handles It's easy to lift and carry your plant grow bags, reinforced seams and strength fabric can support even the heaviest crops Versatile Reeyox plant bags are suitable for all plant types and locations. You can use them outside in the garden, on the terrace or balcony, and also in greenhouses. They are suitable for growing and nurturing all kinds of plants, even for trees up to about 1m in height. Can be used for strawberry tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, beans, carrots, herbs, fruit trees and more. The harvest from our test garden Curious? How does it work? : The secret is ‘air root pruning’, a completely natural and automatic process. Simplified: Air root pruning causes plants to branch and become feeder roots, maximising the plant's ability to intake water and nutrition, increasing growth and overall plant health. When roots come into contact with air, the plant reacts with a ‘self-cut’ of the affected root tip to protect against dehydration. It then begins at a different, more central location with new lateral root growth to compensate for this ‘loss’. This so-called air cut always happens at the edge of the air-permeable plant bag and repeats itself until the container is filled with roots and root tips. The result: More roots! And more roots mean more opportunities to absorb nutrients. The plant can produce more flowers and fruits. And a positive side effect, the steady air permeability prevents harmful waterlogging. The harvest from our test garden Curious? How does it work? : The secret is ‘air root pruning’, a completely natural and automatic process. Simplified: Air root pruning causes plants to branch and become feeder roots, maximising the plant's ability to intake water and nutrition, increasing growth and overall plant health. When roots come into contact with air, the plant reacts with a ‘self-cut’ of the affected root tip to protect against dehydration. It then begins at a different, more central location with new lateral root growth to compensate for this ‘loss’. This so-called air cut always happens at the edge of the air-permeable plant bag and repeats itself until the container is filled with roots and root tips. The result: More roots! And more roots mean more opportunities to absorb nutrients. The plant can produce more flowers and fruits. And a positive side effect, the steady air permeability prevents harmful waterlogging. The harvest from our garden Curious? How does it work? : The secret is ‘air root pruning’, a completely natural and automatic process. Simplified: Air root pruning causes plants to branch and become feeder roots, maximising the plant's ability to intake water and nutrition, increasing growth . When roots come into contact with air, the plant reacts with a ‘self-cut’ of the affected root tip to protect against dehydration. It then begins at a different, more central location with new lateral root growth to compensate for this ‘loss’. This so-called air cut always happens at the edge of the air-permeable plant bag and repeats itself until the container is filled with roots and root tips. The result: More roots! And more roots mean more opportunities to absorb nutrients. The plant can produce more flowers and fruits. And a positive side effect, the steady air permeability prevents harmful waterlogging. The harvest from our test garden Curious? How does it work? : The secret is ‘air root pruning’, a completely natural and automatic process. Simplified: Air root pruning causes plants to branch and become feeder roots, maximising the plant's ability to intake water and nutrition, increasing growth and overall plant health. When roots come into contact with air, the plant reacts with a ‘self-cut’ of the affected root tip to protect against dehydration. It then begins at a different, more central location with new lateral root growth to compensate for this ‘loss’. This so-called air cut always happens at the edge of the air-permeable plant bag and repeats itself until