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Economy Seed Tray rack

This Two Wests Economy Seed Tray Rack is a compact and practical addition to our ever popular range of seed tray racks.
Combining a durable aluminium framework and quality 2 inch deep seed trays it increases your growing space three fold making it ideal for smaller greenhouses.
Original price £59.99 - Original price £59.99
Original price
£59.99 - £59.99
Current price £59.99
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This product will be supplied flat pack for self assembly. Full instructions will be included.

Framework - a sturdy and lightweight 1 inch x 1 inch aluminium angle frame with eight lower corner braces for added strength and rigidity. 

Three Levels - each one accommodates three trays and is spaced 14 inches apart to allow good air circulation and maximise the amount of light to each shelf. 

Seed Trays - comes complete with nine quality 2 inch deep seed trays.

These are designed to rest into the frame and be easily removed to tend to your seedlings or for cleaning. 

30 inches (76cm) long
16 inches (40cm) wide
36 inches ( 92cm) high

Useful additions:
Economy watertight gravel trays
- the same size as the seed trays and just sit in the frame with the seed tray within it - stops any drips to the tray below or onto the floor - allowing the seed tray racks to be used indoors.
Economy Seed Tray Covers - Turn each one of your seed trays into a little propagator, creating a warmer, humid environment. 

Learn more
Click here to see instructions for assembling this Economy Seed Tray Rack.

Did You Know ? 
When gardeners refer to ‘potting on’ they are talking about transferring a plant from its existing pot into a larger one. 
When you’re planting into a into a larger plant pot, you should choose a pot that is either one, or ideally two, sizes larger than the existing pot. To make it easier for you when potting on, water the plant in its existing pot about half an hour before hand. The plant will then be easier to remove from its existing pot without damaging its roots. If you do find that the roots of the plant have started to coil around when they’ve reached the bottom of the pot, gently ease the roots out before planting into the new plant pot.