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200 Count- Jiffy 7 Peat Soil 42mm Pellets Seeds Starting Plugs: Indoor Seed Starter- Start Planting Indoors for Transplanting to Garden or Planter Pot
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|Manufacturer Part Number||S6-ZILA-8SII|
|Package Height||4.6 x 7.5 x 8.5 inches|
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Top Customer Reviews
What I like about these is the sprouts that come out of them seem stronger and they can continue to grow from this pellet right to the garden. The little plastic solutions are good, but they require transplant or the plants grow right through the bottom and you have to damage the roots to get them out if you leave them too long.
That said, a good plastic base with egg cartons works surprisingly well. The cartons hold water well because they absorb it like a sponge and the roots can't push through the bottom.
You can get these peat pellets in different plastic growing containers ready to go, which I found incredibly useful and the container kits are cheap! The peat pellets hold water for an incredibly long time keeping a moist environment for the plants longer than even my egg carton solution. If you want easy sprouting, this is the way to go.
Just don't allow the seeds to bury themselves so far down in the material that they can never find their way to the light of day. That's true no matter what kind of seed-starting material you use, of course.
I assume this might depend a bit on the seller--but I doubt I'm going to try buying these from Amazon again, this being my second attempt. I am hesitant to rank the *product* down for that reason, but it's really apparently a problem with this *listing* and one that I don't want others to fall into this trap. I'd avoid this unless you don't really care which size you get--but if you have the flats already (and I don't know why or how you'd use these without them), it *does* matter.
I'd like to give the product itself more stars: while perhaps more expensive than loose seed starting mix, these work well and are very easy to use assuming you follow the directions. Plus, the netting is easy to remove when transplanting or potting up with minimal root disturbance (as long as you don't let the roots get so big they creep through the netting). But it seems exceptionally difficult to find correctly-sized, reasonably priced pellets for your existing Jiffy flats (they make at least four sizes I know of, ranging from 30-50mm). But because of problems with the listing or at least some sellers, I don't think I can do that. I'll revise if this problem is ever fixed, because the product itself does work well if you manage to find the right one among Jiffy's lack of size labeling (and apparently Amazon's or others' confusion).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Was just what I expected; they were good quality peat. Will buy them next year!Published 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Worked pretty good. Absorbs water good. I would buy again. It has a space to stick your clone in and it keeps the plant aturdyPublished 10 days ago by Shacolby
Used about 180 of the peat pods with great success. I had nearly 100% germination rate. (Good seeds does play a factor in that, but the pods still worked like a charm). Read morePublished 19 days ago by Fawn L. Moore
Somehow it did not work for us in the sense that the seeds have not sprouted. Its been a couple of weeks since we planted the seeds. Read morePublished 23 days ago by smurf2810
I am 52 years old and I love to garden. Normally I plant my seeds right into the soil of my prepared beds in my greenhouse. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Michelle Labbe