Mix Vegetables Saplings in Tray (84 Plants)
We all know that seedlings are ready to be repotted when their roots have filled their current containers and their foliage is crowding out the neighbours. Still not sure? Use a butter knife to pop a plant out of its pot and take a peek at the roots. If they’re well developed and encircling the soil ball, it’s time to repot.
Moving your seedlings to larger containers will help ensure a healthy root system and top-quality transplants for your garden. New containers should be about twice or more big as large as the old ones.
|1||Tomato (Alankar) Saplings||14|
|2||Chilli (Sitara) Saplings||14|
|3||Brinjal (Gaurav) Saplings||14|
|4||Cabbage (Dollar) Saplings||14|
|5||Cauliflower (Heart) Saplings||14|
|6||Capsicum (Indra) Saplings||14|
Seedlings Repotting Process:
- Gather all your materials (pots, potting soil, tags, waterproof marker, butter knife) first so that repotting is quick and efficient.
- Water seedlings before starting. Moist soil will cling to the roots, protecting them from damage and drying out.
- No tugging! Don’t pull the baby plants from their cell flats or plug trays. Use a butter knife, narrow trowel, or even just a long nail to prick the seedlings from their containers.
- If there is more than one seedling in your container, gently tease them apart for repotting.
- Place them in the new pot, lightly tamping the soil.
- Have a stack of labels ready to go and give each pot a fresh tag. Alternatively, use a waterproof marker to write the name of the plant on the side of the pot.
- Water and apply any organic feetilizer to settle the roots in the new soil and encourage healthy growth.
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