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Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots
Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots

Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots

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Biodegradable pots to make transplanting seamless!

Make transplanting seedlings into your garden smoother than ever by using these Biodegradable Seed Raising Peat Pots. These are pots that can be planted directly to the ground. Made of peat and wood fiber, they break down easily and become part of the soil, allowing your seedlings to grow freely through them.

Benefits:

  • Makes transplanting a breeze. When you use these pots, you don’t need to take out your seedlings anymore when it’s time to replant them into your outdoor garden. You can bury them directly to the soil, making transplanting easy & uncomplicated!

  • Protect fragile seedlings. Several seedlings like zinnias, melons, carrots, castor beans, and more have fragile roots and can suffer during transplanting if you sow them in plastic pots or cell packs. With peat pots, this will never be a problem since you never have to take out the seedlings.

  • Help the environment too. They’re an eco-friendly substitute to plastic pots. There’s no need to recycle anything and you lessen plastic waste in the process.

  • Great gift for plant lovers. Makes planting and replanting seedlings seamless, they make great gifts and helpers for both amateur and professional gardeners.

 

How to use:

  1. Fill the peat pots with your favorite seed starting mix and place them in a seedling tray.
  2. Place seeds in each pot. Use a pencil eraser to push tiny seeds into the soil.
  3. Cover the tray with a length of loose plastic wrap. Or if it comes with a lid, cover it with the lid.
  4. Look for a warm place in your home like on top of a refrigerator or radiator. You can also use a heated seed mat. Once the first leaves appear, slightly vent the plastic wrap or lid.
  5. Be sure to keep the peat pots consistently moist. Use a plant mister a couple of times a day or pour water into the bottom of the tray and let the plants wick it up through their roots. Do not let the pots sit in water.
  6. Once the second set of leaves appear, remove the cover and put the tray near a light source such as a sunny window or grow lights.
  7. When seedlings are mature and the danger of frost is nearly past, the seedlings are ready for the garden.
  8. When you transplant the seedlings in peat pots, make sure to bury the entire pots. If the top edge sticks out of the ground, tear it off as it will act as a wick and dry out the root ball.

 

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