The Smart Bag is for the gardener who wants a container that will grow the best possible plant. With its unique design it's the best method of container gardening. The Smart Bag is a soft-sided, fabric container that has the rigidity to hold its shape and can even support large trees. The Smart Bag is an aeration container. It has a unique ability to air-prune and enhances a plant's root structure. A highly branched, fibrous root structure is the key to growing a better plant – with more flowers and fruits, and more resistance to insects and diseases. Using reasonable care you can get a couple of years use – or more – out of our Smart Bags. Our 15 Gallon Smart Bag is 18" wide by 13.5" tall and holds about 15 gallons of soil, large enough for 3-4 potato plants or 2-3 tomato plants. Our 25 Gallon Smart Bag is 21" wide by 15.5" tall, holds about 25 gallons of soil and is large enough for 4-5 potato or 3 tomato plants. Discounts available when you buy 3 bags: $34.50 for 3 Smart Bags 15, and $53.85 for 3 Smart Bags 25.
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You NEED these bags !!!
Jul 11, 2015 | By Judith Flatley
I tried this bag for the first time this year, and LOVE LOVE LOVE it. It works GREAT for potatoes, which is the only thing I tried to plant in the bag this year. I will be buying several more for next year, both potatoes, and tomatoes, maybe more things. I live in "high desert" SW USA, and container growing, especially using this bag, just works better. They are easy to fill, easy to use -- you fold the top down, plant your potatoes in 6"-8" of good soil, then as they grow taller, put in more soil, and un- fold the top of the planter -- 3 or 4 times as the plant grows taller. BEST Way by far to plant POTATOES for a small garden. !!
Jun 6, 2015 | By Lisa Perez
Purchased two large and two small grow bags. Planted potatoes in the large bags adding more soil each time plant grew six inches. These plants looks amazing. Can't wait to see my harvest. Used the smaller bags for spinach and lettuce with wonderful results. Nothing like going out the door and cutting your lunch everyday. Once these bolted I put in cukes and zucchini. Plan on letting the vines spill over to grow on top of mulched area. Love these bags.
SSE Potato Crop co-curator
Apr 26, 2011 | By Curzio Caravati
I've been using Smart Bags .. and now own 160 (140 black and 20 red) .. if you want higher yields you must water .. but I test mine without watering with 160 different varieties to test which work best. Results will be available on kenoshapotato.com