About Nursery Grow Bags from TDI
Numerous nurseries on the west coast have discovered the benefits of TDI’s plastic grow bags. Once tried, they do not want to switch to other mediums.
Although only used during one planting season, plant bags can oftentimes be cleaned and stored for reuse the following years.
Types of Nursery Grow Bags
TDI Custom Packaging produces 3 types of plastic grow containers.
TDI’s flexible plant bag is a great alternative to the typical rigid pot. Not only do they stimulate healthy growth, but they have numerous other benefits >>
Nursery bags come in all kinds of sizes and variations. Depending on its species, a grower will chose what’s best for optimal usage.
Undeniably, a seed bag is much smaller than a plant bag, but with the same features.
However, the shape is more elongated. When completely unfolded and filled, growers stack them against each other in crates, to make them stand up straight.
Sometimes tree sleeves might be the better option for your plants.
This product has 2 open sides without a pocket. Just like plant bags and seed bags, tree sleeves are fully customizable.
Why Buy Plastic Grow Bags?
For instance, while being cost-effective, they save space, and retain moist longer, therefore saving on water.
“The soil stays moist longer in these bags, so they need less water.” ~ a long-time partner
Why Use Plastic?
For instance, polyethylene is so lightweight, that it takes less energy to produce. Also, this poly material is flexible, sturdy, and UV-resistant. TDI’s plastic nursery bags are recyclable and oftentimes reusable.
Who Uses Nursery Grow Bags?
TDI’s plant bags grow all kinds of species in them: fruit and nut trees, flowers, desert trees, hemp, and much more.
Custom Nursery Grow Bags
For more than four decades, TDI has proven to be an expert in the manufacture of custom poly grow containers. We are a reliable source that you can trust.
With numerous options to select from, you will be able to grow your plants in the most effective way, for less than what you would pay for other containers. Don’t forget to ask for your free samples and more information here >>