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4 Pack of 10 Gallon Potato Bags Tomato Veg Durable Grow Bags with Side Window £13.99 delivered @ JamesBrewster91/eBay
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4 Pack of 10 Gallon Potato Bags Tomato Veg Durable Grow Bags with Side Window £13.99 delivered @ JamesBrewster91/eBay

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Posted 16th Apr

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Excellent price for 4 x 10 Gallon Growbags. Normally these are around £5 each, or more, and this is with free delivery too. Just select the '4 Pack' from the dropdown option.
Features:
Our plant bag is made of PE, environmental-friendly, breathable, anti-corrosive, heat resistant, cold resistant, durable to use.
With side window for easily harvesting your potatoes, and double handles of our planting bags could bring you much convenience when you move it.
There are many small holes on the bottom of planting bag, they are drains hole that help your potatoes grow better.
Reusable, lightweight, economical and practical to use, it also could be folded for convenient storage when it is not in use.
Perfect for using in your home balcony, garden or other outdoor places.
Specifications:
Condition: 100% Brand New
Material: PE
Colour: Dark Green
Size(Dia x H): Approx. 34 x 45cm
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Been looking at these are they any good?
Tchaz16/04/2020 18:45

Been looking at these are they any good?



Not sure yet. I have similar, and they are on their third year and are now looking a bit tired, but still functionable. Generally I get 3 or 4 years out of these types, if looked after i.e don't try carrying them around when they are full of soil and spuds.
Some good advice on this thread on how to grow your own potatoes....could be useful with these.
hotukdeals.com/dea…709
OOS unfortunately
Tchaz16/04/2020 18:45

Been looking at these are they any good?


To fill one of these you are going to need about a 35L bag of compost, getting seed potatoes is going to be really difficult as only late season spuds are now available. You are going to need feed as well. The cost of all this can out weigh what you get back..... although home grown is the best.

It is a good price, so I won't vote cold, but you could use other things at home and save yourself extra cost..... an empty compost bag is great for growing spuds in, also the recycle boxes councils used to supply or an old bin will do the same job.
Edited by: "cideristhefuture" 16th Apr
Grower direct in soil and throw some fertiliser in the trench cover with a little soil and earth up. Much cheaper option and only takes little effort to prepare.
If only I could find some seed potatoes...
RamblingSid16/04/2020 20:43

If only I could find some seed potatoes...


Unfortunately the only place likely to have stock are nurseries that closed with stock in their businesses. Online shops usually only sell seed potatoes up until 31st March. You could be risky and use quality fresh potatoes, organic might be a better bet, as seed potatoes for a Maincrop providing you're not planting into a 'non-temporary' site (don't plant into your allotment or garden soil). Using containers would reduce the risk of soil borne pests and disease but you might have to deal with blight unless you can keep them away from the damp (greenhouse, conservatory, etc).

We are very unlikely to face a shortage of potatoes in the shops but there's nothing like fresh ones grown at home. Also, any potatoes can be a 'new potato' if harvested at the right time. Good luck in your endeavours!
You can get a 2 pack of 40 litre bags for £5 in morrisons. I bought some, just need to learn how to grow now
RamblingSid16/04/2020 20:43

If only I could find some seed potatoes...


I got some in aldies yesterday they had 3 varieties
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