Seedling trays are a type of container used to germinate and grow young seedlings. They are designed with small compartments that allow for the growth of a single seedling in each compartment. Seedling trays are typically shallow and lightweight, making them easy to handle and transport. They come in a variety of sizes and materials, including plastic, biodegradable materials, and recycled materials. Seedling trays are an important tool for gardeners and farmers who need to start plants from seed or transplant young seedlings, as they promote healthy growth and development of young plants and allow for easy organization and monitoring of individual plants.
RANGE OF SEEDLING TRAYS:
36 CAVITY; 42 CAVITY; 50 CAVITY; 60 CAVITY; 70 CAVITY
72 CAVITY; 98 CAVITY; 104 CAVITY; 144 CAVITY; 221 CAVITY
THICKNESS : 1 MM
Seeding Trays FAQ
What is used in the seedling tray?
Growing seeds in paper pots, modules, or seedling trays allow you to control the environment in which they grow. Providing protection from the elements and garden pests while also controlling soil, moisture, fertility, and heat. This is particularly important if you'd like to get a jump start on your growing season.
What is meant by a seedling tray?
seedling trays or seed trays are made up of foldable plastic material. There are cells (holes) throughout the trays. These cells should be filled with a sowing medium like soil, cocopeat, or sand. Depending on the type of plants, 2-3 seeds are sown in each cell. Trays are watered regularly as the seeds germinate
What is the use of seedlings?
Seedling and transplant production are an essential part of vegetable and floriculture crop production. Quality young plants are a high-value product that can improve the early establishment of crops; increase finish crop quality, uniformity, and yield; and decrease production time.