In the last few years I have increased my corn and tater yeild cause they are what it seems we eat the most and can store well. My garden has become about 1/3 tater, 1/3 corn, and 1/3 to share with the rest of what I like to grow. Now here is my problem, because of the increase in corn and tater production I am about 1 or 2 rows short of being able to raise everything I like to grow. So last night I was thinking about those Hydroponic grow bags that is filled with perlit, etc., and they place a plant in the middle with a drip arrigation tube in place. So I got to wondering why couldn't I do something similar with bags of soil that you can buy at your nearest garden center. The bags usually cost somewhere around $1.00 each. Why couldn't a person buy up several bags, cut a small hole out in the middle to place your plant in and then use nails or something to perforate all across the top to collect moisture. If I remember right the bags have a certain amount of fertilizer in them already. Maybe I could line several bags in a row and place plants such as tomatoes, squash, pepper, etc., in them and be sure and water them occasionally as needed. What is your input on this ideal? Has anybody tried this before?