Germination Tray

Germination Tray


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  • UL-listed waterproof heat mat, 17 Watts, 120 Volt, 8.875" x 19.5"
  • 2" humidity dome
  • 11" x 22" watertight base tray
  • 72-cell seedling insert


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200 Cell Seedling Starter Tray Seed Germination Plant Propagation LB

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Gardening: Microgreens for indoor gardens

Gardening: Microgreens for indoor gardens

March 9, 2018 - Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Often grains such as barley, oat, wheat grass or even sunflowers are grown in trays that contain no soil or media. When growing microgreens in this manner, line the seedling tray with two or three layers of damp paper towel. Spread the soaked seeds...

Allsup: An easy start to spring vegetables

Allsup: An easy start to spring vegetables

February 24, 2018 - Bloomington Pantagraph

Choose seeds, and read the germination requirements on the back of the package to determine seeding schedule for all garden plants. Some seeds germinate faster than other seeds. This information is crucial when timing your plants to be ready for the...

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Planting Seed Trays for Your Winter Garden

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How to germinate seeds using seedling trays

GreenMyLife team explains the right method for germinating seeds in seedling trays in a quick video. You can buy seedling trays at

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Faces of Local Food

Faces of Local Food

Sweetgrass Books. 2018

Charlotte Caldwell's newest release, The Faces of Local Food: Celebrating the People Who Feed Us, is a collection of personal vignettes giving readers an intimate perspective into the lives of those people who contribute to a vibrant local food system. We step out of the grocery store to join fishermen, farmers, and ranchers on their boats and in their fields; into the kitchens of innovative chefs; into the warehouse of a local food hub; and we meet with other meaningful contributors and visionaries to hear their stories - their histories, motivations, experiences, challenges, and insights.

The understanding gained from The Faces of Local Food will foster a paradigm shift in the way we consumers understand and value our local food producers, and will inspire us to buy local - supporting...

Understanding Invasive Species in the Galapagos Islands

Understanding Invasive Species in the Galapagos Islands

Springer. 2018

This book investigates the introduction of invasive species and their behavior in oceanic islands. How can we define invasive species? What is their history? How did they come to dominate and transform ecosystems? These are relevant questions when trying to understand the behavior of invasive species—primarily in fragile ecosystems such as islands—and to understand the biological, ecological, social and economic impacts of invasions. We chose the Galapagos Islands, a place well-known to be unique in the study of evolution, as a laboratory to analyze the interactions between invasive and endemic species, to understand the makeup of the ecosystems emerging after invasions have occurred, to describe the relationships of invasives with the people that live in these islands, and to try to...

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Last update was on: January 15, 2019 10:33 pm

  1. Very sturdy plastic. Great quality product, and great price if you need the volume.

  2. These are just pretty good. Better than anything else I have used, but not quite as strong as advertised. I like the cells well enough. They are quite sturdy and plenty deep for good root development. I had some trouble getting my seedlings out of the cells until I found a small salad fork to use that was smaller than the openings. My problem is with the trays. First I discovered that one them had a hole in it and does not hold water. Then I realized that the cells don’t sit low enough in the trays to water the plants from the bottom. It takes a lot, really a lot of water in the tray before the water is high enough to reach the bottom of the cells. Enough that when I tried to move one of the trays with water in it the tray folded on me. I only use the trays with peat pots now and they work well for that. I use the cells in some larger trays that they fit all the way into, so I am getting use out of my purchase, but they didn’t work the way I had hoped.Update 9/26/17Bootstrap farmer sent me 5 new sets after they redesign the sprouting trays.the redesign is terrific, they made the seedling tray tall enough to sit on the bottom of the bottom tray, so the seedling tray is even deeper than before. So better plant starts. I would not hesitate to recommend these to anyone now!

  3. These are made of good, strong material as advertised. At first my intention was to multi-use these for starting seeds and for growing sprouts and wheat grass. I still think they’re great for seed-starting but not so much for growing sprouts, and that is why I gave it 4 stars. In their ad they claim the trays could also be used for growing sprouts, and it does definitely work for growing sprouts and wheat grass but my honest review is that the flat trays with holes are better for that because you can fit more sprouts into each tray, and it takes much less time to prepare the beds. End product (sprouts/ wheatgrass) not so good using these trays.

  4. EDITEDGood product but mine came missing parts. One of the humidity control plastic valves was missing or removed and not inside the packaging. On the plus side, the hole is the correct diameter to fit my temperature sensor.EDITSA package arrived for me today, I think without warning. The producer of this product sent me a replacement completely on their own with a personalized letter. This is a good product but a great company. Thanks Bootstrap!

  5. I bought every size tray available from bootstrap. I have just a small heated indoor greenhouse and last year I had floor to ceiling racks with bootstrap trays full of veggies and flower plants. For cleanup I fill a garbage can with water and some bleach toss in my trays as I empty them for a quick disinfectant cleanup. I hope they come up with the 4 inch transplant containers as I get tired of paying for new ones every year. Best planting trays ever! Plus I love that they are made in the USA

  6. Living in California, my seed-planting MO has largely been sow-and-grow. Sure, not everything germinates, but our gardening tends to focus on keeping the exuberant plants in check rather than on nurturing little green shoots.This year, I decided to venture outside my comfort zone and try out some trickier seeds. Seeds that needed a little extra encouragement to come into the world. Seeds that might be too delicate for the raised beds (still overflowing with last summer’s greens).Looking through the seed starter kits on Amazon, I saw lots of relatively more affordable options, but the reviews sounded grim. Bootstrap’s product seemed sturdier — I didn’t want something that fell apart in my hands — and I also liked their philosophy and emphasis on sustainability.The kit arrived quickly and I planted the first set of seeds. I’m still in the waiting phase, and since some of the seeds are supposed to take up to nine months to germinate (if they decide to go ahead and germinate) the kit is going to be a fixture in my life for a while. But right now, it’s a little garden ecosystem tucked away in a corner of a room, and I expect it will continue to support my explorations in gardening for the foreseeable future.

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