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Mini Seed Tray with clear lid

Quarter-sized seed tray with a high dome, clear plastic lid. Perfect for sowing small amounts of seed in a warm protected environment.

Price:
Price: £2.00
Description

A rigid, quarter-sized seed tray, ideal for the home gardener with a high dome lid, that gives sown seeds and the emerged seedlings a warm, protected enviroment.

The seed trays are a quarter the size of a "standard tray". They are made of recycled plastic through an injected moulded process and are extremely robust – the manufactures say they last ten years, we reckon they will last a life-time unless you run over one with a car or have some other drastically destructive accident. The trays have a two tier base with drainage holes at both levels – a system that the manufactures say "prevents seedlings from becoming water logged and enables them to be used efficiently on water matting or capillary matting".

The lids are injection moulded, made in a crystal clear, shatter resistant material, and feature a 'dial' ventilator to control the humidity and optimise growing conditions.They are high domed which gives extra space for seedlings to grow.

This combination of seed tray and lid make the perfect combination for sowing seeds indoors in a protected, warm environment. The mini size is perfect for sowing small amounts of seed, and for fitting on the windowsill.

Dimensions:
Seed tray: 23cm (9") long; 16.5cm (6½") wide; 5cm (2") deep.
Lid: 16.5cm (6.5") long; 9.5cm (4") wide; 7cm (3") high

 

What the manufacturer says about the seed tray:
"Injection moulded items are super strong and durable, made from quality recycles plastics. This seed tray has thicker wall sections, which offer extra rigidity. They features a multiple 2 tier drainage cell system and have a generous planting depth to aid healthy plant development. The trays are easy to clean and can even be put in a dishwasher. Although injection moulded trays are generally more expensive than vacuum formed equivalents, they will easily last for 10 years or more."