Sheet Pots
Sheet Pots
Sheet Pots
Sheet Pots

Sheet Pots

CN-SP-30

$12.50 Sale price
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These thermoformed Sheet Pots are a great way to get your seedlings started. Thermoforming is an eco-friendly process that utilizes less plastic during production, thus saving on resources.

  • Comes in 3" or 4" sizes, with 15 or 18 pots per sheet
  • Engineered for hassle-free de-nesting
  • Individual cells separate easily from sheet
  • 3" Sheet Pots compatible with 1020 Trays or 18 pocket - 3.5" Black Form Trays
  • 4" Sheet Pots compatible with 15 pocket - 4.5" Black Form Trays

Specifications


Tray Dimensions Cell Dimensions Volume Per Cell
Size Width Length Depth Top Depth Top Max. Dry Max. Liquid Max. Liquid
3" 10.56" 21.06" 3.14" 3.25" 7.98 cm 8.26 cm 26.06 cu. in. 14.44 fl oz 427.04 ml
4" 12.53" 20.88" 3.88" 3.89" 9.86 cm 9.88 cm 51.08 cu. in. 1.76 pt 837.00 ml



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Z.W. (Spokane, US)
Great value for the price

I've used these the past few years for peppers and tomatoes I sell in a curbside stand, and they're far and away the best price/quality that I've found for my purposes. You could reuse them (and I have) but I think they're best served as a one off for selling plants.
I tend to cut the seams with a pocket knife after potting up into them as they don't separate easily otherwise without tearing. Definitely not a deal breaker though!
As a side note I like the smaller 24 open pack traditional inserts for basil starts as the basil seems to do just fine in those.

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Julia Rivera (Kansas City, US)
Sheet pots

The sheet pots are great! It would great to have a compatible tray without drainage holes available for order.

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Peggy (Yreka, US)
Great Price. when in stock

Yreka Garden Club has used these pots for years. Customers bring them back for reuse. Hold up well. Buying ahead for spring. Learned to separate into stacks before use in trans-planting instead of sheets. Easy to use this way.

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Ronald Regehr (Maricopa, US)
Just what I needed

Very sturdy trays and the right size insert seemed hard to find.

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Margaret (Potter Valley, US)
a little flimsy

I would have liked them to be sturdier. I like to reuse them and these are very light weight and easy to tear and split.

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Lisa Montague
Nursery backup

I ran out of leftovers from last year and really like the sheet format. So I ordered these and received them earlier than expected. Turns out, I ordered a size that was too big for the 10/20 trays...but they fit nicely in a flat tray I had and were a good size for tomatoes that grow quickly.

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Chris (Brownsville, US)
A little hard to supersets

I find that they don't always snap apart easily. However for this price one really can't complain.

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Linnea Good (Martinsville, US)
Hard to separate

This batch seemed to be tough to separate. I had to use a scissors.

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Meg E (Canonsburg, US)
Sheet Pots 3" and 4"

Decent quality. Will tear if you pull too hard while separating.

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Ki Whi (McKinney, US)
Good pota

These were affordable and didn’t split easily like some other sheet pots I’ve used.