Pre-Grow Tray

24.90 
20.08 
Price VAT 24% | VAT 0 %

Pre-Grow Tray

24.90 
20.08 
Price VAT 24% | VAT 0 %

Grow healthy and vigorous seedlings in your Plantui Smart Garden 6 indoor garden and transplant to a greenhouse or potting garden! 

The Plantui Pre-grow Tray helps you convert your indoor garden into a plant nursery. 

The Pre-grow Tray has space for 12 plants at a time. Plantui is perfect for pre-growing seedlings. It allows you to extend the growing season by germinating plants earlier than is normally possible without an indoor garden. Plants can’t and shouldn’t be fully grown on the Pre-grow Tray because space is limited. 

The Pre-grow Tray is compatible with the Plantui Smart Garden 6 indoor garden.

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Before transplanting to a greenhouse or potting garden, cut off the plastic parts of the plant capsule. The rock-wool capsule can be left in place: it will decompose and straighten roots after transplantation. 

Keep in mind when transplanting plants outdoors that they are not used to uv-radiation. We recommend you expose them to uv-radiation during the first few days. Do this by covering plants with a thin fabric or putting potted plants outside a few hours at a time during the first days. 

Transplanting is always a bit stressful for the plants. Make the process easier by watering the plants with water containing Plantui’s nutrients which the plants are already familiar with. Use the same portion: one measuring spoon in one litre of water.

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