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Seedling Trays Wholesale, Factory Price, Free Samples, Fast Delivery! We are a professional seed starting trays supplier with 20 years of manufacturing experience. We supply kinds of plastic tray for seedlings with good quality and competitive price. This will enable you to choose plastic seed trays that suit your needs.


We ship wholesale seed trays worldwide, such as USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, NZ, Malaysia, South Africa, Israel, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar and Mexico, Trinidad, Jamaica, Barbados, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Singapore, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Poland, Serbia, Greece, Turkey, Jordan, Oman, Yemen, Cyprus, Bahrain, Egypt, Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, Sudan etc.

Seed starting trays size

Our nursery trays have different sizes: 6 cell, 8 cell, 12 cell, 15 cell, 18 cell, 20 cell, 21 cell, 32 cell, 36 cell, 40 cell, 50 cell, 51 cell, 72 cell, 98 cell, 104 cell, 105 cell, 128 cell, 144 cell, 162 cell, 200 cell, 288 cell. These plastic seedling trays are perfect to slap an Insert in to get a jump on spring seed starting, or fill up with soil and seeds for a handy fodder tray.


Our heavy duty seed starting trays size: 4 cell, 24 cell, 32 cell, 105 cell, 144 cell, 162 cell. Our deep root seed starting trays size: 6 cell, 12 cell, 20 cell, 24 cell, 32 cell, 50 cell, 105 cell. We also have 1020 trays, rice seedling tray, tissue culture tray, deep inserts, seed starting trays with dome, germination flats.

Seedling trays thickness

Our seed starting trays standard thickness is 1.0 mm thickness, about 155 grams. More thicker or heavier means the seed planter trays will be stronger to increase their life span. Our durable seed starter trays thickness range is 0.8 mm-1.5 mm thickness. We are able to make different thickness or weight to meet your best seed starting trays requirement.

Seed starting trays depth

Our reusable seed starting trays standard cell depth is 42-60 mm. Fruit tree and young plants need deep depth, the max height is 90 mm and 110mm. In an appropriate range, the deeper the plant seedling trays is, the greater the amount of oxygen it enters, which is more conducive to the extension of plant roots and the absorption of water, so the root growth is better.

Seed trays hole shape

Holes of cheap seed trays are mainly divided into square holes and circular holes. For the same specification of the plastic nursery trays, the spacing area between the upper hole and the hole of the square hole is less, so the water distribution is more uniform, the medium capacity is larger, and the root growth of the plant is more sufficient.

Seed starting trays color

In actual production, the commonly used plastic seed trays are mainly black, white and gray. Our black seedling tray is widely used because of its characteristics of anti-aging, long service life, wide application and shading.

Seedling tray price

All of our sturdy seed starting trays are sold at a wholesale price, and we are pleased to offer them in bulk. If you are looking for cheap seed starting trays, we have you covered. Buying seed trays wholesale means you’re getting the lowest price possible. When you buy nursery trays in bulk, the larger your order, the more you save.


Just because we offer cheap seedling trays at wholesale prices doesn’t mean we sacrifice on quality. You will get reusable seedling tray that will last for a long time. With all the different selections we offer for seed planting trays, we are providing you with an option for every need and occasion.

Custom seed starting trays

Color, shape, sizes and logo can be customized to meet your best seed trays requirement. They are the ideal choice for your business. We have been dealing with manufacturing, supplying and nursery trays wholesale for 20 years. This has given us a lot of experience in the field.


These reusable seed trays will suit all of your plants, from the ones that are just starting out to the ones that have grown and need to be repotted. Our seed grow trays are very durable. These planting trays are lightweight and easy to move around without doubling up trays or worrying about bends or breaks.


You can use these seed plug trays in greenhouse, indoor and outdoor. Nice plastic that can last a few seasons in the sun without getting crispy. BPA free and food safe. You can use these seedling trays for growing young plants, flower seeds, vegetable, sugarcane and fruit tree planting etc.


Our seedling trays are made of high quality polystyrene (PS) material. UV protected and eco-friendly. Our seed propagation trays are reusable. You can reuse them after washing them. You can stack them together and store them in a corner without taking up space. At wholesale prices, our durable seed starting supplies are a no-brainer for your businesses alike.


We are always looking for new ways to make our seeder tray stronger, more efficient, and easier to use. Choosing suitable nursery trays is vital to ensure the success of your project. We will according to the requirements of your project, help you choose the right cell trays size, so as to help you solve the time, and help your money.

How To wholesale seed starting trays? - Wholesale Guide

1. Consult: We will recommend the most suitable seedling trays to you after being informed by your requirements (The seed trays size you want or our product item number).

2. Quotation: We will offer you with our detailed quotation according to the consulted seedling trays.

3. Process Evaluation: Both sides carefully evaluate the details (product specifications and business terms) of the order to exclude any misunderstanding.

4. Placing Order: If you have no doubt, we will send you the PI (Proforma Invoice), then we will sign a contract with you.

5. Production: We will arrange the seed starter trays production as soon as receiving your contract and deposit. The latest news about seed starting trays production will be updated and informed to you during the production.

6. Inspection: These seedling trays production procedure will be under regular inspection and strict quality control. These seed trays will be tested to make sure they can work well before out of factory.

7. Delivery: We will arrange the delivery as the terms in contract after the confirmation by you.

8. Custom Clearance: We will supply and deliver all the necessary shipping documents to you and ensure a smooth customs clearance.

9. Support and Service: We will offer professional technical support and 24/7 free service by: Phone, Email, WhatsApp.


As a leading Chinese nursery tray manufacturer, our purpose is to help you solve the problems of seed starting trays. If you have any questions, you can contact us immediately. We will reply to you as soon as possible. If you need the nursery seedling tray urgently, we have a large stock and we can ship by sea or air at any time!


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What are the best seedling trays?

Seedling trays are a simple and essential tool for growing seedlings. The best seed starting trays are the ones that meet your particular needs, whether that's for starting seeds indoors or transplanting young plants. They help you create a soil environment that is safe, healthy and beneficial for your plants.


The most popular type of seed planting trays is made from plastic and features drainage holes in the bottom. You can either buy a starter kit with certain tools such as a watering can and small pots, or keep it simple with just a tray and soil. You will use less growing media starting seeds and then transplant the successfully germinated starts into new nursery pots.

Where to buy seedling trays?

Wilson Garden produces full-size seed starting trays. We provide exceptional customer service. Our expertise and qualified crew can aid you find suitable seed trays for your needs. You can use heavy duty seed starter trays to grow kinds of plants, such as trees, flowers, vegetables (pepper, tomato, eggplant, cucumber, lettuce, cabbage, onions......), herb, etc.


Seed growing tray and humidity domes are economical and reusable for several seasons. Each cell offers good drainage and plenty of room to grow. Seed sowing trays are relied upon by professional growers for premium-quality plants. Use sowing tray to germinate seeds, or transplant seedlings from seed flats into them to grow on before setting out into the garden.

How to use seed starter trays?

Seed starting trays are an easy way to start seeds. Simply fill each cell with discounted soil, place seeds and cover them lightly with more soil. Keep the seedlings watered until they germinate and then watch them grow into beautiful plants. They are the best seed starting trays for the home gardener.


Seed starters are the best way to grow healthy, vigorous seedlings. Seed trays come with a variety of features to provide optimal conditions for your seeds. Follow our advice to get the most out of your seed starter!


Seed starter trays using method step by step:

(1) Fill plastic seedling trays with growing medium and pat down gently to remove any air pockets.

(2) Water from the bottom of the nursery tray by filling with water and letting it naturally seep into the soil.

(3) Sow seeds evenly across tray and cover with 1/4" of vermiculite and expanded perlite or another insulator.

(4) Place commercial seed starting trays in a warm, sunny spot when all are germination rates are acceptable.


Plastic seed starter trays are ideal for growers who want to grow their own plants from seed, or for people who want to try growing perennials, annuals or vegetable plants in containers. If you are looking for plastic plant trays wholesale, our thermoformed trays are an excellent choice. We offer you a variety of seedling trays to meet your needs.


Our seedling tray helps you get your seedlings on the right track. Whether you're starting tomatoes, beans or broccoli, hard seed starting trays makes it easy to plant and grow plants faster than traditional seeds. The greenhouse tray lets you grow and produces more plants in less time than starting seeds indoors with a peat pot or paper cup.

How often to water seed trays?

How often you water your seedlings is dependent on the type of potting mix being used, along with the current temperature and humidity levels in your area. We recommend watering seedling trays every 5-7 days. Leave the nursery tray in a warm dry place for a few hours after watering and then move it to a shaded area to prevent damping off.


When watering, it’s important to keep the soil evenly moist and never let it dry completely. Soil should be damp all the way to the bottom of the seed starting tray. This allows room temperature air to move through freely and keeps roots from rotting.


Timing is everything when it comes to watering your seedlings. Watering too often, or too little, is the most common mistake committed by newbie growers. You want a good balance between moist soil and dry soil; not wet, not dry. Water your seedlings just frequently enough so that their soil remains moist until the next watering.


By following this schedule, you'll avoid overwatering, which can cause root rot. If you're carrying out research, then it's important to water regularly. For a successful and healthy harvest, plants need equal amounts of water, light and nutrients.


While there are many ways to water seed starter trays, use of mild solutions of common household products is the best way to provide adequate nutrition and maintain good drainage. Simply fill your plastic seedling tray with water until it’s about 1/2 inch from the top, then draw a shallow “moat” around the edge of each cell to prevent excessive watering.

How long should seedlings stay in trays?

All plants should be transplanted when they are at least as big as their containers — usually this means between 4 and 6 weeks. Seedlings should be left in seed trays with lids until they are large enough to transplant into the garden.


For example, lettuce should be transplanted when it is 2 inches tall, while spinach can be transplanted when it reaches the same stage and has developed its first major set of leaves. Seedlings typically need to stay in propagation trays until the first true leaves appear. These are the leaves that will develop into the plant's main leaves, so make sure you leave them in the germination trays until this happens.


If you are planting your seeds and there is not enough light for the plants to grow, or if the temperature inside the house is too cold, it will take a few weeks for them to get big enough for their first transplant. Leaving seedlings in their original tray can cause over-crowding, heat stress and possibly root damage.

When should I transplant my seed trays?

When to transplant seedlings depends on the type of plant you want to grow. When your seedlings have three or four true leaves, you can transplant them. Transplanting seedlings before they’re ready can lead to their demise by damaging the root system.


When your plants are at least 5-6 inches tall and have developed several sets of true leaves, they should be ready to transplant into 4 inch plant pots. When you transplant seedlings, be careful not to damage the roots. They can be easily damaged when exposed, so gently handle them as you transfer them from their original container.

How to remove seedlings from seed trays?

If you're planting seeds in standard seed starting trays, you can remove the seedlings manually by gently lifting the seed germination tray from under them and then transferring them to your garden or another pot.


Seedlings are best transplanted in the morning, when temperatures are cooler and wet from dew. Carefully remove the seedling from the plant seed trays, taking care to pull all roots from the bottom of the plug trays. Hold plant at soil level with one hand, and gently twist with the other hand to loosen roots from pot. Avoid breaking or damaging tender new roots.


If your seedling has developed roots that are sticking through the bottom of seed starting trays but it is not ready for transplanting into the ground-- that is, if its roots have started to grow outside but its top leaves haven't yet reached maturity-- they can simply be left in place until they are ready to transplant.

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