Product Bites: Vegetable Sacks for storing your root veg•
Posted on 27 September 2020
What is/are Vegetable Sacks:
Vegetable Sacks are veg storage bags made from 100% biodegradable vegetable fibres. They are indispensable to keep home grown veg in peak condition until you are ready to eat it. The tough, woven fabric makes the best possible storage material for root vegetables. It allows air to circulate so condensation doesn't build up inside. Vegetables are kept cool, dark and dry.
What crop are they for:
Ideal for all root vegetables - especially potatoes, carrots, parsnips, turnips, swedes and beetroot. You can also store onions (in a separate bag to the other veg)
Where can I use them:
Keep them in a cupboard or hang the bags somewhere cool dark and dry if possible to allow air to circulate. The shed or garage would be perfect provided it is relatively pest free. Check every now and then to make sure that there are no issues. Remove and use any veg that are not looking their best straight away.
What's so special about it?
The natural fabric allows air to circulate meaning that the crop isn't ruined by condensation. They are also reusable year after year and compostable once you have eventually finished with them.
Find out more:
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