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Seedling trays wholesale Australia

Seed Trays Wholesale Australia, Factory Price, Free Samples, Fast Delivery! We are a professional seedling trays supplier with 20 years of manufacturing experience. We supply plastic growing trays with good quality and competitive price.

We can ship seedling trays Australia, such as New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD), Tasmania (TAS), Victoria (VIC), South Australia (SA), Western Australia (WA), Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory. We also can ship seed raising trays to major cities in Australia, such as Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra, Newcastle, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast etc.

Size of seed trays Australia

Our plastic seedling trays size: 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 or according to your requirements.

Our heavy duty seedling trays size: 4 cell, 24 cell, 32 cell, 105 cell, 144 cell, 162 cell or according to your requirements. Our deep root seed starting trays size: 6 cell, 12 cell, 20 cell, 24 cell, 32 cell, 50 cell, 105 cell or according to your requirements.

We also have microgreen growing trays, 1020 seed trays, paddy nursery trays, seed trays with lids and seed starting trays with dome. This will enable you to choose the seed starting trays that suit your needs.

ODM or OEM seedling trays Australia

Our plastic seed trays are made of high quality polystyrene (PS). Color, shape, sizes and logo can be customized to meet your best seed starting trays requirement. We have the ability to create custom nursery trays for any customer.

Seed trays Australia OEM and ODM are all available. We are able to make different thickness and weight. If you want your own Private Label, please send us the label or logo you want to print on the seed starter trays, and we will proofing for you.

Our plastic nursery trays are reusable. You can use these planting trays in the greenhouse, indoors and outdoors. You can reuse them after washing them. You can use these plug trays for growing fruit trees, vegetables and flower seeds etc.

Seedling trays suppliers Australia

Wilson Garden is a company which is engaged in researching, developing, producing and selling seed starting trays. Our mission is to provide our customers with high quality products and services. We aim to exceed our customers’ expectations of pricing, quality and on-time delivery.

As a seedling trays manufacturer, we make sure that our propagation trays are qualified products. We can also provide free samples for testing. Contact us and let’s win more markets together.

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Where to buy propagation trays Australia?

You can buy hard plastic seedling trays Australia from Garden Centre, DIY stores and online. You can also make your own seed tray using recycled materials. Germination trays have different sizes and shapes.

The most common types of seed trays are square, rectangular and round. Seed planting trays have holes in the bottom so water can drain away easily. This helps prevent root rot from occurring and allows air to circulate around the roots of your plants when they're growing.

Our seed starter trays are also easy to move for children or elderly people. They can dig up their own vegetables or flowers from their garden beds even if they can't bend down easily or kneel down on their knees.

These seed starting supplies are perfect for growing your young plants before transplanting them into larger pots or garden beds. You can choose from round or square options. It depends on the type of seeds.

How to choose microgreen trays Australia?

Seed propagation trays are a must for any home gardener. They allow you to grow different plants from seeds, including vegetables and flowers. There are many factors to consider when choosing sprouting trays Australia, such as size and capacity. However, quality is the most important.

The plants will wither and die if you use poor-quality plastic seed trays. Here are some tips on how to choose the right seed raising trays Australia for your needs:

1. Material: Plastic or wooden, plastic is more popular and durable, not easy to be contaminated by soil. Wooden trays are also good if you want to make your own seedling tray.

2. Size: The size of seedling trays is very important, because it will affect the germination rate and the total number of seeds you can plant in a plastic nursery tray.

3. Shape: This is another important factor. Because it affects the germination rate and total number of seeds you can plant in a seed germination tray.

4. Thickness: You can measure thickness by three main factors, such as thickness of bottom board, thickness of side board and thickness of lid.

5. Color: Color should be clear so that you can see through easily when you check seeds' status or water level etc.

How often to water seed starting trays Australia?

Seeds are small and need plenty of water to germinate. So you should keep them moist but not too wet. If they dry out before they germinate, they could die or be damaged by mold spores in the soil of plant seed trays.

You should only water until the top inch of soil is barely damp (no deeper!) once every few days during the first few weeks after germination. This is called "deep soaking" or "deep watering" and helps prevent many types of diseases from developing in your plastic seed tray.

Once your seedlings have developed a set of true leaves (two or three sets), you can start to give them more shallow water once every other day or so (until it rains). Watering with a spray bottle helps prevent algae from forming on top soil of the plastic seedling tray when it dries out.

Don't overwater. Just give your plants a drink every other day until they've germinated and started growing leaves. You won't need to water them as frequently as when they sprout. Too much water can drown them if it gets into their roots or if the soil is too wet.

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