Your Family's Incredible Lifestyle Begins HERE – With Homeschooling
Friday March 1st 2024

Sign up for The Good Ship Mom & Pop, Parent at the Helm's irregular and possibly irreverent FREE newsletter!

Books By Linda Dobson ArtofEdCover Books By Linda Dobson learning-coach-approach

Geo-textile Bags for Urban Farming

If you're new here, you can subscribe to our RSS feed, receive e-mails and/or sign up to receive our FREE monthly newsletter, The Good Ship Mom&Pop . Welcome aboard - thanks for visiting!

bacsac

From the good folks at Springwise:

Urban farming is a trend we’ve been following for years, but between the recession and the recent focus on sustainability, it’s showing no sign of slowing down. The latest spotting? French Bacsac, which offers a line of geotextile bags that can be used to transform any space into a growing, living garden.

The Bacsac is a lightweight and portable bag that can be used indoors or out, on terraces, balconies, rooftops and yards. Users simply fill the permeable bags with soil—there are versions in round pot shapes as well as divided squares for larger, modular gardens—and plant to their heart’s content. The bags are made of double-walled and fully recyclable geotextile fabric that maintains the necessary balance between air, soil and water; it’s also resistant to sun, frost and tears. Pot-sized Bacsacs range from 3- to 150-litre sizes, with hanging and window-box styles also available. Bacsquares range in size from two to 16 interior compartments. Custom sizes are also available. With prices starting at about EUR 15 for a 3-litre pot, Bacsac products are available at a variety of retailers worldwide.

Kitchen gardening, organic gardening, urban farming and container gardening are all among the top 10 global gardening trends for 2010, according to a recent report commissioned by Husqvarna.

Website: www.bacsac.fr
Contact: www.bacsac.fr/en/contact-3/

Copy the code below to your web site.
x 

Reader Feedback

3 Responses to “Geo-textile Bags for Urban Farming”

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Parent at the Helm. Parent at the Helm said: New blog posting, Geo-textile Bags for Urban Farming – http://parentatthehelm.com/y6 […]

  2. Nancy in Indiana says:

    What is nice about these containers is that they can be quickly moved if necessary. They have been a godsend to people who suddenly became refugees.

  3. Alona Shopp says:

    I just stopped by from Bing to say thank you for this very excellent article on organic gardening. Thanks again!

Leave a Reply