You Don't Need a Big Garden to Grow Vegetables. Sometimes a Bag of Universal Soil Can Do Just as Well!

    You Don't Need a Big Garden to Grow Vegetables. Sometimes a Bag of Universal Soil Can Do Just as Well!

    You Don't Need a Big Garden to Grow Vegetables. Sometimes a Bag of Universal Soil Can Do Just as Well!
    Greg
    12:03 PM EDT, April 16, 2021

    Growing vegetables does not have to be boring or exhausting. And you don’t really need a huge piece of land to grow lettuce or radish. A bag of soil is enough!

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    Bag farms

    The best ideas are those that can be quickly and easily implemented. It also refers to gardening. Believe it or not, but even if you don't have your own garden or even the tiniest piece of farmable land, you can grow your vegetables in bags of soil. And this is not a joke! This method is actually getting more and more popular.

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    How to plant vegetables in bags of soil

    #1 Buy a bag of universal soil for vegetables

    #2 Shake the bag well to air the medium properly and loosen it.

    #3 On one side pierce a few drainage holes.

    #4 Turn the bag upside down and cut out a huge hole (save the edges). You can also cut a few smaller holes so that the vegetables fit them.

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    #5 Plant the seedlings in the soil (or sprinkle the seeds) and water it properly.

    #6 Leave the bag in a spot with good sun exposure remembering to water it regularly. You can put it on the lawn, balcony or a special supporting grid.

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    In fact all vegetables, herbs or even some fruit can be grown like this. Remember to give some support for the taller ones e.g. bamboo sticks

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    What do you think about this method?

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