Speedlings are our best selling transplant containers. Reusable polystyrene tray with individualized pyramid shaped cells which virtually eliminate transplant shock.
Advantages to speedling trays:
In addition, 95% (minimum) of Speedling transplants survive in the field. Trays are reusable for many years. For more about growing with Speedlings, click the Details tab to see the Product Use Information.
Note: all trays are 26-5-8 x 13-5-8 overall with slight variance on the height. This tray has 128 cells which are 1-1/4" square x 2.5" deep
I have been using speedling for about 7 years now , in fact the same ones I initially purchased here, and I grow a lot year round in my greenhouses, garden starts and plant sales. they are durable and long lasting. the 128 cell is my most used followed by the 200 cell that I use for cucurbits especially cabbage. I have also developed a single dibble and a multiple dibble (48", pat pending) that is in the shape of the cell to speed along the hole making . the best tool I have found for removing the plants is the crystal bic ball point pen, and the tip to make the hole for the seed when planting. buying more this year because of expansion but still using the first ones I bought.Review by friend (on 2/4/15)
This product is great for transplanting seeds.Review by Mike (on 6/20/14)
I started herbs, flowers and veggies in these this year, VS soil blocks. I prefer the speeding trays to the soil blocks. Would like to know is there is something that can be sprayed on to the cells to ease getting the transplants out of the cells.Review by irma (on 5/13/12)
I have a small hydroponics farm so I turn out a fair amount of seedlings every year. I have tried literally everything on the market. I use damp-off as a medium and place them on a heat mat - with the speedling tray covered with saran wrap. My germination rate is about 99% and typically the seedlings emerge in 3-7 days; at the most, for summer vegetables and flowers. If you are careful you can cut them up in more manageable numbers - I cut them up in sixes then number them --its really a fool-proof system.Review by Davilyn (on 8/30/11)