Manufactured from raw materials, consisting of a minimum of 50% sphagnum peat, wood fiber and lime to adjust the pH. The peat content provides a combination of superior root penetration, good drainage and aeration while the wood fibers strengthen the pot. The strips can be easily broken apart and can be planted ‘pot ‘n all’ resulting in zero transplant shock at the time of transplanting. Approved for organic gardening, biodegradable & fully sustainable. An easy way to grow great plants and reduce the number of plastic containers ending up in your local landfill. OMRI® Listed.
|SKU||Strip Dimensions||Pots per Strip||Pot Dimensions|
|CN-JS-06||9.25" L x 6.25" W||6||3" Sq. x 3" H|
|CN-JS-08||10.25" L x 5" W||8||2.25" Sq. x 2.25" H|
|CN-JS-10||10" L x 4" W||10||1.75" Sq. x 2" H|
|CN-JS-12||13.75" L x 4.5" W||12||2.25" Sq. x 2.25" H|
|CN-JSP-0512||12" L x 4" W
||12||1.75" Sq. x 2" H|
I like the 32 cell size and you have them all, also jiffy pots to fit, love the 2010 super trays , will last a few years
Perfect form transplants that do not like their roots disturbed
Work great for seedlings and don't have to disturb roots to transplant.
For starts, I have used soil blocks for years and occasionally the Jiffy strip peat pots. Both work equally well, but soil blocks are cheaper. However, my arthritis is making it harder to form soil blocks. When I saw how cheap the peat pots are in large quantities, I bought a lifetime supply--5000. Quite happy with them, and so are my arthritic hands.
Never a problem. Wicks well,and is reasoably priced.
These pots seem to work well. Strip of 8 works well in a 10/20 tray for 32 each pots. greenhousemegastore added the trays after i ordered the pots and both came within a couple days or so. If i don't lose the whole batch of seedlings by powerdy mildew, I'll be a happy camper. If I do lose them I'll still have the trays and probably the pots. Thanks greenhousemegastore.
That's one BIG Box of pete pots.
This is a well made old line product which works well for its intended purposes. Good pricing helps us keep our costs down.
These stand up real well in the greenhouse for starting my seeds. Seem to break down when planted into the ground as well. Unlike peat pellets. Would recommend very Cost Efficient as well.
Great value for the price