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High Quality Peat Free Growbag

A premium quality peat free growbag suitable for use in greenhouses, conservatories or on patios.

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Field No.2 - Premium Peat Free Growbag

What is it?

A premium quality peat free growbag suitable for use in greenhouses, conservatories or on patios.

What Does It Do?

Field No.2 premium peat free growbags provide an anytime, anywhere solution for growing vegetables and herbs all year round.  Each bag contains a tried and tested compost blend that is perfectly suited to growing shallow rooted vegetable and herb plants.

What are the Benefits

  • Field No.2 growbags are ideal for nutrient hungry plants that don't have deep roots, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, chilli peppers, aubergines, courgettes and squashes.
  • Field No.2 growbags can be used at anytime of year and in any location that maintains the growing conditions for the chosen plant species.
  • Field No.2 contains a natural supply of slow release nutrients and trace elements that are essential to the healthy growth and development of plants.
  • Field No.2 has excellent water holding and re-wetting properties.

How do you use it?

  1. Hold bag at one end and gently shake to loosen and evenly distribute compost along the bag.
  2. Pierce the bottom of the bag for drainage and cut out pre-marked growing squares.
  3. Dependent on the crop, plant two to three plants in each bag. Alternatively, cut a long panel in the top of the bag and sow salads in rows.
  4. Keep the compost moist and feed plants such as aubergine, tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers with a high potash fertiliser when flowers appear - this will ensure you get the plumpest fruit. When crops have finished, split the bag open and recycle the compost as a soil conditioner in the garden. When taller growing or top-heavy crops are 20cm (8in) high, why not try one of our special purpose growbag frames. This will prevent the plants from toppling over in the wind or if they become top heavy.
we have had some very good feedback from our customers who have purchased these, we use them ourselves in our own vegetable gardens with terrific results
I used these bags last year and had ooor results. Tried again this year and it’s the same. The tomato plants are losing colour and the growth rate is slow. I am now removing the plants from the grow bags and putting them in pots of general purpose compost. The tomato plants that are already in general purpose compost are looking far healthier. Reply from Field Compost Ltd: Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback and we are sorry that you are disappointed with the performance of the grow bags. One of the biggest challenges when developing peat free growing media is finding a blend that will consistently work well with all plant species. This product contains a small percentage of PAS100 soil improver which is a great source of slow release organic nutrition and reduces the need for watering. However seasonal variations in the composted garden material that make up the soil improver can make it susceptible to occasionally high levels of sulphide and chloride. This can inhibit the bioavailability of major nutrients and slow down plant growth. This is not a common issue but is something we are addressing with the development of two new products that are currently being trialled and that will hopefully be available for spring 2021.
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