Growing Tomatoes in Containers/Bags
I would like to try my hand again this year at container gardening with tomatoes. I would like to harvest enough so that I can can them for my family for sauces and general meals.
I've seen that people are using bags and such plant their tomatoes. I'm wondering how practical this is...does it make sense if I want a high yield? Or is that just a DIY solution that's an idea, but not really practical for gardeners who need vegetables to feed themselves?
Can I grow a full-size plant with such a method? I have plenty of these bags, though mine are slightly wider, but I'm wondering if I'll be able to get a nice high yield plant with this method. How tall could my plant get with this sort of bag? And how many plants could be planted in one bag? (I'm assuming only one plant per bag?)
I'm working with Black Krim and Arkansan Traveler tomatoes, if that's of any help in answering my questions. Here's the bag in question: