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Organic Jiffy 7 Peat Pellets

Organic Jiffy 7 Peat Pellets

Biodegradable Handy Growing Container

Biodegradable Peat Pellet made of sphagnum peat moss permits abundant aeration, uniform drainage and easy root penetration. These compact pellets swell up when water is applied to form round pre-dibbled growing pots. The peat is held together by a biodegradable mesh net and can be transplanted with the seedling when roots push through the netting. Transplant shock is greatly reduced because the entire pot can be planted without disturbing the roots.

  • Dimensions: 1-3/16" dia x 1 7/16" ht (expanded).
  • For sustainable alternatives, see also our Coconut Fiber Pots & Pellets
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Description

Biodegradable Peat Pellet made of sphagnum peat moss permits abundant aeration, uniform drainage and easy root penetration. These compact pellets swell up when water is applied to form round pre-dibbled growing pots. The peat is held together by a biodegradable mesh net and can be transplanted with the seedling when roots push through the netting. Transplant shock is greatly reduced because the entire pot can be planted without disturbing the roots.

  • Dimensions: 1-3/16" dia x 1 7/16" ht (expanded).
  • For sustainable alternatives, see also our Coconut Fiber Pots & Pellets

Shipping Information

Ships from Northern CA.

Shipping Weight: 0.02 lb

Dimensions: 1.25"L x 0.375"W x 0.375"H

Features

  • Biodegradable

Characteristics

Organic Status: Approved for Use in Certified Organic Agriculture
Organic Certifier: OMRI

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Megan
Plants dont grow

I tried these peat pellets to grow cilantro basil and tomatoes but they stopped growing after reaching 2 inches tall and died. They dont seem to have enough nutrients. Ill be going back to the regular jiffy peat pellets next time.

Megan, you do need to start fertilizing after the seedlings get their first set of true leaves since the pellets have limited nutrients.

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