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Divide bag in equal thirds. Now is when the Food Saver comes in, seal from top to bottom. While sealing, gently pull on the bag and it will separate, you should have a good seal.
Taking 1 of these small tubes, fold sides into the middle that will be the bottom, then seal. Be sure to cut a small slit anywhere across the bottom for drainage.
I use these for starting seeds, transplanting seedlings, cuttings, and even established plants.
By Babbie from Lemon Grove CA
great photos, thank you for the clear photos. Very money-saving tip!
These would work well for giving plants away. I'm always short on pots, and nothing needs to be returned. Great idea. Thanks.
This is an awesome tip! I start lots of plants from seeds and cuttings to share with family and friends. This is a great use for all those plastic bags. AND it gives me another reason to love my Food Saver.
Thank you !
This is a wonderful idea but now what are we going to do now that plastic bags are outlawed in California......