Open Top Grow Bag

Compressed Size (CM) (LxWxH) Expanded Size (CM) (LxWxH) Volume in Liters Grow Bags Per Pallet Unit Weight
15 x 15 x 15 15 x 15 x 12 3.75 2240 0.4kg
20 x 20 x 20 20 x 20 x 15 8 840 0.65kg
30 x 30 x 30 30 x 30 x25 27 304 1.5kg
25 X 20 X 4 25 X 20 X 16 12 920 .7kg
25 X 18 X 5 25 X 18 X 20 15 900 .9kg
30 X 20 X 5 30 X 20 X 20 18 800 1.1kg
30 X 20 X 5 30 X 25 X 20 18 800 1.1kg
19X 21 X 10 21 X 23 X 20 12 600 .7kg

Other Grow Bag Sizes:

We can do many 50 different sizes of Grow Bags according to the customer requirements

The packing details are as per customer requirements.

  • All types of packing are available.
  • The product is made of 100% coco pith or coco husk, or a mix of both, depending on customer requirements.
  • Mesh bags are available with a GSM range of 25 to 100, in white, black, and brown colors.
  • Plastic bags are available with 2 years of UV protection, without printing, with single-color printing or multi-color printing options, as per customer requirements.
  • Fabric bags are available in black and grey colors, with a 5-year rain and sun protection feature.
  • Loading options include floor loading or palletizing, depending on the customer’s needs.


Open Top Grow Bag FAQ

What is the standard grow bag size?

3ft by 35cm In general growing bags are best suited to cultivating low-growing plants. Originally developed for greenhouses they are now commonly used outdoors as well. Your average growing bag measures roughly 90cm / 3ft by 35cm / 14in.

What size grow bag is recommended?

grow bags sizes can range from 1 gallon up to 200 gallons. Most people, though, find the 1 – 20 gallon range is sufficient. For smaller plants such as herbs, a smaller-sized bag will do the trick. Larger plants, though, such as peppers or tomatoes, need medium or larger-sized grow bags.

What is inside a grow bag?

Originally made of plastic, modern bags are also made from jute or fabric. The growing medium is usually based on a soilless organic material such as peat, coir, composted green waste, composted bark or composted wood chips, or a mixture of these.