Saad Sak

Grow Bags

Grow bags is a fabric container and is use as a  way of self-sustaining, growing your own organic vegetables and fruit in one of our Proudly made in South Africa SAAD SAK grow bags.

We are self-starter entrepreneurs who saw the need in a big way for families and individuals wanting to grow their own vegetables, fruits, herbs and micro greens from home in grow bags. Considering the current climate of uncertain times ahead, we wanted to offer the tools to do so from your garden, balcony, porch or windowsill in your very own home or apartment. We promote self-sustainability and given recent events in the world, we realized how important it is to provide tools such as grow bags to families and individuals who need to make provisions for the future.

Grow bags is made out of a geo textile fabric, also known as bidum, that allows for air pruning and better overall drainage in outdoor use. You can use the grow bag to grow anything you want, depending on the season. A lot of people also use these bags to grow their own cannabis at home, in order to provide CBD oils that has a lot of healing properties. We offer a wide range of grow bags from 2L to 200L bags. We also make fabric grow bags that can be used indoors to decorate your home with, covering all your pot plants inside your home.

Our grow bags are proudly made in South Africa, and each grow bag is made to order. Our grow bags provide families and individuals the chance to grow their own, become self-sustainable in the years to come, and teach their children to do the same one day. Getting back to basics and understanding the value of creating something with your own two hands.

With the Saad Sak grow bags, you can be set up in a DIY garden in no time at all. The healthier root structure that develops, allows the plant to grow faster than it would in the ground. A stronger plant is more resistant to insects, diseases, weather fluctuation and makes it so much easier to care for overall. Creating even water distribution throughout and excellent drainage means your roots will not rot from overwatering your plants. End result being lots of healthy roots and plants!

Compared to plastic containers, your SAAD SAK grow bags will stay cooler on hot days because it allows air to flow through the sides of the fabric. Roots can’t grow and are stressed when plastic containers get hot.

What is self-sustainability: A system is self-sustaining (or self-sufficient) if it can maintain itself by independent effort. The system self-sustainability is: the degree at which the system can sustain itself without external support. Self-sufficiency also could mean that you get away from the grocery store as much as possible. This means that you grow food in a grow bag as much as you can throughout the year, or at least eat in season so you can buy locally from those that can grow year round.

Visit out products page to learn more about our SAAD SAK grow bags.

As mentioned before, self-sufficiency could look very different for each person. If you live in the city, you could grow a small container garden, live frugally, can your own food, ditch your debt, and find ways to start seeds in your apartment.

To learn more about ways to become self-sufficient, here is a list of 5 books available online or at amazon.com
Popular Self Sufficient Living Books:

The Backyard Homestead: Produce All the Food You Need on Just a Quarter Acre! by Carleen Madigan

The New Complete Book Of Self Sufficiency by John Seymour

The Self-Sufficient Life and How to Live It: The Complete Back-To-Basics Guide by John Seymour

Foxfire 4 by Eliot Wigginton

Made by Hand: Searching for Meaning in a Throwaway World by Mark Frauenfelder

Please support proudly South African, homemade SAAD SAK grow bag, to enhance your creativity, and enjoy a self-sustainable lifestyle from the comfort of your own home, no matter how big or small. We offer free nationwide courier/shipping on orders of R800.00 or more. For bulk orders or shipping queries, please contact us today!

SAAD SAK

"Grow through what you go through"

Eat what makes you happy

Essentially , all life depends upon the soil

A seed neither fears light nor darkness , but uses both to grow

Sewing mends the soul , feeds tomorrow and releases yesterday

To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body , but the soul as well

The fruit of pondering , love and care -a burning passion

Life is not merely being alive , but being well too

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SAAD SAK

"Grow through what you go through"

Eat what makes you happy

Essentially , all life depends upon the soil

A seed neither fears light nor darkness , but uses both to grow

Sewing mends the soul, feeds tomorrow and releases yesterday

To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body, but the soul as well

The fruit of pondering , love and care - a burning passion

Life is not merely being alive , but being well too

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Our Vision & Mission

To inspire humanity by connecting them to home grown food, ensuring better growth & well-being for today and future generations to come.

Offering tools to accelerate the world’s transition to becoming self-sustainable, to spread the power of growth.

Our Vision & Mission

To inspire families by connecting them to home grown food, ensuring better growth & well-being for today, and future generations to come.
Offering tools to accelerate the world’s transition to becoming self-sustainable, to spread the power of growth.

Our Grow Bag

Our Products

grow bag material
Our SAAD SAK grow bags are made in different sizes from a range of materials. The material we use is very durable and can last for years if cared for properly. See our products page for the grow bag sizes, the recommended vegetables for different grow bag sizes and other useful information about using the SAAD SAK.

Our Team

liezl

Liezl Coetzer

Founder, Sales & Marketing Manager

Having extensive experience in both Client Relations and Sales & Marketing, I know about intuitive service and what people want before they even know they have the need for it. Having lived and worked at sea for almost 12 years, I am very happy to be back on solid ground, and enjoying the beauty of what South Africa’s nature has to offer. When I am not sitting in front of my computer busy working, or watching DIY videos learning 5 minute life hacks, I can be found outside, getting my hands dirty in the garden, learning new ways to become more self-sustainable. My favorite destination is anywhere you cannot get to by boat.
jaques

Jacques Kleynhans

Project Manager

Jacques is a Project Manager by profession and the inspiration behind this business. He formed part of a team that launched Africa’s first Nanosatellite named “TshepisoSAT” into space. He mostly enjoys helping those closest to him to conquer big. When he’s not troubleshooting his fiancé’s ideas, or working his full time job at a mineral sands mine, you’ll find him spending time with his family and friends. Jacques’ hobbies includes spearfishing, traveling and reading. He is currently heading up another project called ‘Agrication’ that will educate young kids on agriculture.

Have a Question

The SAAD SAK is a container. In that way it works like any other container. You put good soil in along with your seed or plant and feed and water. The benefits of the SAAD SAK is the aeration, water drainage and heat release. These three benefits will help you get a bigger better plant than what you have gotten in the past with the same size plastic or other container.

Air pruning occurs when a root comes in contact with the air on the side of a SAAD SAK. The root tip stops growing and instead begins growing smaller side roots. This fibrous root structure takes in more moisture and nutrients. This is the opposite of what happens in a plastic container where a few thick roots circles the pot until it constricts itself. Air-pruning produces a stronger, healthier root system resulting in healthier plants.

Absolutely. Our bags are incredibly durable and can be washed and reused over and over. We have customers who are still using their original bags purchased long before the Saad Sak brand was established.

After using, dump out the soil and let the bag dry. After a few days of being dry, the dust and small roots will easily brush off. For most people, this is good enough. At this point the SAAD SAK folds easily for storage. However, a lot of our customers will wash the bags in any laundry stain remover or peroxide to sterilize. They use a washing machine or dip the bag in a tub. Do not put the Bags in a dryer.

Yes, you can use your SAAD SAK and grow organic. It is made of inert, porous, geo-textile fabric. Many people grow vegetables and other edibles in a SAAD SAK.

Unlike a plastic pot, the fabric will not crack or break from frost or when dropped. Heat release gives you better control of slow release fertilizer.  A fibrous root structure has fewer problems in cold or warm weather.

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