Plastic Seed Tray Plug Tray for Green House Nursery Plug Tray Square

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Product Description:

Structure of the seed tray:

  • Top quality and competitive price.

  • Variety design and good appearance.

  • Easy to use, and remove.

  • Durable and reusable.

  • Eco-Friendly.

Description Main Features of the seed tray:

  • Ideal for Starting seeds and Transplanting Seedling.

  • Suitable for both manual and automatic planting.

  • Suitable for Propagating Vegetables, Flowers and other plant from seed in green-house or indoors. 

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Plastic Seed Tray Plug Tray for Green House Nursery Plug Tray Square

Plastic Seed Tray Plug Tray for Green House Nursery Plug Tray Square

Plastic Seed Tray Plug Tray for Green House Nursery Plug Tray Square

 

Seed Tray Specification:

  • Material:      HIPS/PVC

  • Thickness:  0.5mm-1.5mm, Standard:1mm

  • Weight:       80g(±5)g-230g(±5)g, Standard weight:155g(±5)g

  • Size:            length:490mm-540mm, width:190mm-345mm,depth:25mm-150mm

  •                     Standard:54mmX28mm

  • Cell count:  18-512

  • Package:     carton

  • Using time:  8-10 times

 

FAQ:

Q:How Can I Get A Sample?

A:You can get samples by communicate with our export sales.

Q:How Long Is Delivery?

A:Delivery time will be 7-25 days according to order quantity.

Q:What Is The MOQ?

A:Our MOQ is 1*20FT container quantity, allow to mix several items.

Q:What Is Our Normal Payments Terms?

A:Our normal payment terms now is T/T, L/C or Western Union,Papal.

Q:How Do I Order Your Products?

A:You can check our website for any items you interest and you can also get communication with our export sales and order for it accordingly.

Q:What Kinds Of Material We Use In Our Product?

A:Our plastic flower pots use material such as PP polymer or PE polymer.

 

Thickness vs. Weight

Thickness of trays are from 0.5mm to 1.0mm.

1.0mm: 155g±5g;  100pcs/ctn.

0.9mm: 140g±5g;  120pcs/ctn.

0.7mm: 110g±5g;  150pcs/ctn.

0.6mm: 95g±5g;  180pcs/ctn.

0.5mm: 80g±5g;  200pcs/ctn.

 

 Using time:

thickness of 0.5mm can be used 1 to 2 times. 

thickness of 0.6mm can be used 3 to 4 times.

thickness of 0.7mm can be used 5 to 6 times.

thickness of 0.8mm can be used 7 to 8 times.

thickness of 0.9mm can be used 8 to 9 times.

thickness of 1.0mm can be used 8 to 10 times.

 

 

 

 

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