An Easy Sprouter to Work with This Double Layer Plant Seed Starter Tray
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Now is your chance to grow your very own organic leafy sprouts right in the comfort of your home. These seedling trays are very useful for growing both sprouts and micro greens. For both, it is suggested using the available germination papers, and for sprouts, soaking the seeds overnight helps the seeds to germinate more quickly. You can make a ton of sprouts at once now! You may need organic paper if the seeds are too small which may fall through the holes.
It makes a great project to share with your kids, who will love watering the seeds and watching the sprouts grow before their eyes. No soil or sunlight is needed to grow delicious, nutritious sprouts just water and time! Enjoy the pleasure of home gardening with our seed starting tray! This will be the easiest "gardening" you have ever done.
Perfect and practical Christmas gift idea for gardening lovers or cooking lovers. Plus it would be totally recommended to anyone who has cats that eat grass. Perfect gift idea for cat owners. Your cats would sit at the front door waiting for you to pluck grass.
Features & Specification
[Tray with Cover]: The lid can provide the seeds for sprouting with a growing environment with needed temperature and humidity content, so it results in the higher budding rate and the faster growing. You can sprout seeds even in winter.
[Healthy and Green]: Made from BPA Free PP Material. Sprouting without soil or other Enjoy healthy sprouts for salads, sandwiches and soups.
[Dense Small Holes]: The white grid tray is full of small holes.The small holes in the bottom helps the sprouts take root easily. The small holes around the tray is good for ventilating and prevent the root from rotting.
[Multifunctional]: Both seedling tray and storage tray which can sprout multiple types of seeds, soya bean, mung bean, peanut, black bean, wheat etc.
[Easy to use]: Follow the instructions, even children can sprout beans easily. Food grade PP material, healthy and durable.
[Big Capacity]: The size of this plant propagation tray is about 13.4"x 9.84"x 4.72" (L x W x H). (Seeds are not included).
[Indentation Design]: The indentations on the 2 sides is convenient for you to remove the white tray from the green tray. To produce the satisfactory products, we pay attention to every detail.
How to Grow Sprouts Step by Step:
Pick out the good seeds and put them in the tray. Soak the seeds in water for about 10 hours.
After soaking, layer the seeds on the grid tray evenly. Don’t stack them.
Add enough water into the first layer without the water touching the grid. Do not submerge the seeds into the water, otherwise it will root.
Cover the tray with paper or cotton gauze, or just with the lid in the seedling tray set. Change the water 1-2times a day to avoid breeding bacteria and odor smell.
When the buds start to grow 1cm height, open the cover, sprinkle water for 3-5 times every day.
The seed’s germination time varies from 3-10 days. Before harvest, put them in the sunlight for 2-3 hours to increase chlorophyll.
This plant tray is perfect for medium to large seeds. Beware not to put too many seeds to soak as they will expand and then the seeds won't have enough space for the roots to find their way through the holes to reach the water in the bottom tray.
It is recommended to put about 70% of the surface of the green tray of dry seeds to soak in water for 2-3 days until you see the sprouts emerging, then lay the seeds in one flat layer on the white tray with the holes.
Spray the seeds on top for the first few days to keep them moist while their roots will find their way through the holes (you might have to guide a few if your seeds are tight).
Keep the lid on during the day and on at night to keep moisture. Once the seeds have a stem and a few leaves you can keep the lid off and make sure to keep some water in the bottom tray.
It takes about 2 weeks for you to have a batch ready to use in a salad or as a garnish for a sandwich.