Built to withstand any growing environment our heavy duty 128 cell plug trays are built to last you many years of continued use.
These seed trays are made of BPA-free food safe plastic.
Our 128 cell trays were recently upgraded to make sure the cells reach the bottom of a standard 1020 flat. This allows you to effectively bottom water your seedlings with minimal use of water.
Backed by1 Year Warranty to be free of breakage or warping
Made from 100% recycled plastic
Drain holes allow roots to grow through, but keeps moistened vermiculite in place
Each cell measures 1” square by 2¼” deep. Outer Dimensions: 21¼” x 11¼” x 2¼” Deep
Plug tray cells are a bit wider at the top and slightly taper to the bottom for easier removal
We recommend 128 cell trays for flowers, herbs, lettuce and cole crops (cabbage, kale, cauliflower, mustard, broccoli, watercress, etc.)
Our seedlings trays are designed to help any home or commercial grower run their operation more efficiently and profitably. Stop wasting your money and time replacing flimsy propagation trays.
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Does anyone that you know of make a "plug popper" for the 128 cell tray?
Not that we know of, but we are working on it ourselves... unfortunately we don't have an ETA for that one yet.
Your trays of 200 and 128 both have exact same dimensions. So that is not possible. What's the difference?
Our 200 cell tray has ¾” squares and our 128 seed starter tray has 1" squares.
How many come in a pack?
There is 1 tray per pack. So a 5 pack of the 128 Cell Seed Trays is 5 Trays.
What's the best tool for popping the plugs out? Every nailhead (I've tried) small enough to fit through the drain hole stabs right through the plug.
We typically just pinch them out. You can also give the bottom of the cell a squeeze. If you are still having trouble you can use a widger or a popsicle stick. Any of these methods and they should pop out.