Application of Coco Grow Bags
Grow Bag is one of the leading products in the coir market. With its characteristics, it is assessed to have strong development potential in the future and bring high demand to consumers. So what is grow bag? Why should you choose Coco grow bag and how to use it? Let’s find out with Coco Coir Global in this article!
What is Grow Bag?
Grow bag, also known as plant bag, wrapped by a PE plastic bag, containing the blend of coco peat, coco fiber, and coco chips inside. It is pressed into a slab with growing holes and drainage holes. Coco grow bags can be used to grow most plants, especially climbing trees such as tomatoes, cantaloupes, cucumbers, strawberries, etc. Grow bag is very convenient and easy to use, just place it in suitable areas and water it till enough, then put plants that come from the nursery tray on it. Besides, you can add fertilizers or nutrients if needed to have better performance.
Advantages Grow Bag
+ Convenient, easy to use, and transport
+ Can be used both outdoors and indoors
+ Various sizes, blends, and ratios, which meet the needs of customers.
+ Standard specifications and high quality, helping improve your yields.
Grow Bag Usage
+ Widely applied in large-scale farms serving high-tech agriculture or can be used in small/medium gardens having polytunnels and greenhouses.
+ Suitable for growing a variety of plants, especially climbing trees namely tomatoes, cantaloupes, strawberries, cucumbers, broccoli, lettuce, etc.
Why should you choose Coco Coir Global’s Grow Bags?
+ Quality Assurance
+ OMRI & ISO certified
+ Competitive price
+ Frequent discounts
+ 24/24 prompt customer services
We are committed to providing customers with products that have the finest quality and the best price in the market.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance.
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