Seed Tray Nursery Tray Plastic Tray Used for Greenhouse

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  • Top quality and competitive price.

  • Variety design and good appearance.

  • Easy to use, and remove.

  • Durable and reusable.

  • Eco-Friendly.


  • 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. 


  • 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


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.

Weight and thickness as follows


Seed Tray Nursery Tray Plastic Tray Used for GreenhouseSeed Tray Nursery Tray Plastic Tray Used for Greenhouse



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