Angela from Growing in the Garden shares her experience of growing garlic in grow bags and experimenting with the use of Oyas. Garlic is an easy crop to grow and can be grown in containers, but it requires more frequent fertilization than inground or raised beds. For planting garlic in grow bags, choose a container that is at least 6 inches deep and 4 to 6 inches apart. Soft neck varieties are preferred in warmer climates. Pre-soaking garlic in baking soda and seaweed fertilizer can stimulate growth. Angela also advises keeping an eye on the moisture levels and using a moisture meter or checking the soil with your finger. Mulching the bags helps keep the moisture in and protects the garlic. Grow bags have excellent drainage and prevent root rot. Angela recommends fertilizing frequently with a little bit of fertilizer at a time. Lastly, she shares her love for Oyas and advises wetting all the soil in the container when using them.