Seedling Tray

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Seedling trays are used to grow saplings of different vegetables

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Seedling trays are used to grow saplings of different vegetables which help to avoid wastage of seeds and to get 100 % germination.

Why seedling trays:

  • To transplant the saplings immediately after the harvest of previous crop.
  • To avoid wastage of time incurred in growing saplings through direct sowing in the grow bags or planter boxes.
  • Intense care can be taken when saplings are grown in the seedling trays.
  • Selection of well-established and healthy saplings for transplanting.
  • To make our garden look green always.

How it works:

  • Each cell of a seedling tray should be filled evenly with coco-peat and only one seed should be sown per cell.
  • Note: Before sowing, the seeds should be dried in sun for one day.
  • In smaller seedling trays, seeds of tomato, brinjal, chilli, cabbage, cauliflower, knol-khol, lettuce, pakchoi (at ½ inch depth) can be sown and transplanted.
  • In larger seedling trays, seeds of bottle gourd, watermelon, bitter gourd, cucumber, muskmelon (at 1 inch depth) can be sown and transplanted.
  • Following vegetables cannot be transplanted:
    • Carrot
    • Radish
    • Onion
    • Beetroot

    When the saplings should be transplanted:

    The saplings should be transplanted at 25-35 days after sowing

    After care:

    • The seedling trays after sowing should be kept in semi-shady place.
    • Watering should be done only through hand sprayers.
    • Transplanting of saplings after 35 days after sowing is not recommended.
    • Transplanting of saplings should be done at 3 inch depth.
    • Before transplanting care should be taken that your growing media contains sufficient nutrients.
    • After transplanting, supplying proper nutrition through vermi-compost or home compost is must.
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