Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Why do grow bags say to keep them moist?
Is it the contents that you should keep moist, or is it the roots of the plants that you put in them?
If it is the former, how can you keep the whole bag moist, by just making two or three holes in the top for two or three plants (and then watering them)?
I think that the answer may have just come to me as I wrote that. If you put a pint of water in each hole (of which there are two or three), the water spreads into the rest of the bag. Is this right? Does it?
I do not think my tomato plants each need a pint of water at present. I have just planted them, and they are only about one foot high.
- 21 Jun, 2012