Grow Tray & Microgreens Tray
Seed trays make the process of growing seedlings a whole lot easier. Although it may seem like a simple task to buy a few little seed-starting pots, you will soon discover that there are many different types to choose from. Buying the best-suited seed trays for your seedlings will ensure they grow healthily and quickly.
Seedling Trays Or Grow Trays Are Made Up Of Foldable Plastic Material. There Are Cells (Holes) Throughout The Trays. These Cells Should Be Filled With Sowing Medium Like Soil, Coco Peat Or Sand. Depending On The Type Of Plants, 2-3 Seeds Are Sown In Each Cell. Trays Are Watered Regularly As The Seeds Germinate. Young Seedlings Can Be Kept In These Trays Safely For 3-4
The wide range of Grow Tray and Micro-green trays are available and suitable for all types of hydroponics system and all kind of channels.
Benefits Of Seedling Trays
The length of time will depend on the size of the tray cells. As soon as you see roots growing out of a jiffy pellet or coir pot you need to transplant them. As a rough guide, a 12-cell tray can keep seedlings up to 10 weeks while 72-cell trays will only be big enough for two to three weeks.
The best way to remove seedlings is to turn them over in your hand and softly push or tap the bottom of the tray to loosen the soil and roots so it slides out in one piece. Trying to tip over a solid tray will most likely damage the seedlings. Never pull the seedling by the stem. If the roots seem stuck to the cell tray, slide a popsicle stick or butter knife gently around the edges to loosen and tip the cell over.
This may depend on the type of plant. Generally speaking, the optimal temperature for growing seedlings is between 65°F and 75°F.