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Burpee 72-Cell Plant 5 Trays - Seed Starting

by Hirt's

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  • 5 Burpee 72-Cell Plant Trays
  • Perfect for starting your annual, perennial, vegetable and other seeds
  • Includes: Five 72-Cell Planting Trays - with 2" deep pop-out cells
  • Drainage holes
  • Use year after year
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  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0032BW7BY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,773 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

5 Burpee 72-Cell Plant Trays Perfect for starting your annual, perennial, vegetable and other seeds. Includes: Five 72-Cell Planting Trays - with 2" deep pop-out cells

Customer Reviews

I got these just the other day, and they are what you'd expect (thin, plastic trays), but they do not come as pictured.
trbloco
The trays are flimsier than the product description suggests and they are scored to break into 6-cell sections (some came already broken apart).
S. Walter
Third, it is good to place a plastic, clear cover - Saran Wrap is good, over the top of your planting tray while the seeds germinate.
D. Blankenship

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

I have been using these little trays for three or four years now and the suit my needs perfectly...but keep in mind that I have specific needs and a specific use for these things. I am a marigold freak and have them planted all over the place; big ones, little ones and those in the middle. I also go for every color that I can get my hands on - yellow, orange and variegated. I plant a lot of them all over the place; large beds, little out of the way corners, boarders and even plant them in my wife's veggie garden as the repel pests.

Well If you have not bought these bedding plants at your local plant store recently, you are in for a big shock. In my case we are talking a couple of hundred plants! The cost; well, I am not made of money so I figured out pretty quickly that something had to be done if I were going to have my beloved marigolds each year! I paid less for a car once than what I would spend on these bedding plants I need each year. (the car was only 75.00, but then I was not much of a car either - but hey, it ran...for a little while anyway). Enter these planting trays.

These little trays/pots are the precise size I need - not too big, not too small. Marigold plants can be successfully transplanted from growing pots to the ground when they are about two inches high. These little things allow a nice little root system to develop, I can keep the varieties separated and the little plants can be removed and transplanted with little damage, although I must tell you that this particular species of flow can take quite a beating before you kill it.

There are a couple of things you should know though.

First, you really need nice sturdy plant trays that do not leak water to set these starter packs in. They are quite flimsy.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By trbloco on March 14, 2011
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I got these just the other day, and they are what you'd expect (thin, plastic trays), but they do not come as pictured. They came as 60 six-well units, not five 72-well trays, which was OK with me. I do recommend getting some holding trays to go with them for transporting them around the garden.

4 stars only for the misleading photo and description.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shamim Aqil on April 14, 2012
Must buy the bottom holding tray for transportation and the top lid for the beginning germination process which helps keep the moisture inside the container for the plants. Make sure you get enough sun and plenty of water.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By nymiko on January 16, 2013
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It's a tad on the flimsy side but did what's its supposed to. Other reviewers mentioned that these break into 6 cell sections which they do and that allows you to move them around easier after.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By eclectic retiree on June 11, 2013
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Excellent for starting small seedlings. Easily breaks into 12 six-packs for selling or just for convenience. Sturdy enough to use maybe twice or even thrice if you're gentle and also a thorough cleaner. Otherwise don't plan on re-use; this is designed to be a single use product. Still, these are a handy part of an overall system for starting 72 healthy plants in a single tray (I put these inside bottom-watering trays, inside carriers, under strong lights, with good seed starter mix, and possibly a warming mat) these are convenient and very space-efficient. Not large enough for plants that need a long indoor start like tomatoes, peppers, etc. These will need to be moved to larger pots indoors (about 3.5 in, or 18 to a tray) before transplanting outside. If it's a plant you would buy in a six-pack from a nursery, you can start it, and leave it, in these trays.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By HotPepperGuy on September 29, 2012
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Works very well, The only reason this is getting 4 stars is that they cannot be used year afer year.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Morris on June 5, 2013
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the pic is a little misleading, that sheet of mini pots breaks into sections of 6 pots with tiny drain holes in each one. they are perfect for starting seeds for outside, and i think they could be used for hydroponics too, with a 1.5" rockwool block, but i was afraid it would restrict the roots too much, so i just use them for the veggies i'm starting for outside and to sell.

AND, they are completely reusable..
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Walter on January 7, 2012
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I ordered these from Hirt's Gardens. Like the other reviewer, I did not receive 72-cell trays but instead 36-cell ones. The trays are flimsier than the product description suggests and they are scored to break into 6-cell sections (some came already broken apart). They definitely cannot be used "year after year." The quality is about what you'd get when purchasing little plants from a big-box home improvement store. Maybe if the product were ordered from one of the other sellers it would match the product description better.
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