Root!t - Propagator Tray
Root!t Propagator Tray
The Root!t Propagator Tray fits the Root!t Propagator lid perfectly. It has a ridged base which raises plants away from any moisture / run-off gathering at the bottom.
- Large-sized Propagator Tray for many cuttings
- Economical plastic construction
- Takes most large trays of propagation plugs
- Lid not included - available separately: Root!t Propagator Lid
- Helps you to root your cuttings
- Excellent value for money
1 x Root!t Propagator Tray
Root!t Propagator Lid
54cm x 33cm x 5cm
How the Root!t Propagator Tray Works
The Root!t Propagator Tray is a large plastic tray which takes most standard size trays of rockwool propagation plugs or two trays of 24 Root!t Fleximix Plugs or even a Jiffy 7 - 84 Hole Plastic Tray.
This item is designed for those with a strict budget in mind. The plastic construction is not particularly thick and is not very rigid. However, with careful use it should get the user through their first few rounds of cuttings before they move on to a higher quality item. If you require it, please make sure that you get the Root!t Propagator Lid as a lid is not included
How to Use the Root!t Propagator Tray
This tray is not particularly rigid and is not really designed to be moved around when loaded up with propagation plugs and cuttings. It is wise to put this Propagator Tray on the surface where it is going to be used before putting trays of prop plugs and cuttings into it.
Comprehensive instructions about how to take cuttings and using a propagator can be found in various places on the internet. Here is a short guide: Place a tray (or two small trays) of your favourite moistened rooting cubes into the bottom tray of the propagator. Choose healthy shoots with thick stems from which to take your cuttings and make the last cut with a sharp, sterile scalpel. Dip the end in a rooting gel such as clonex and then place the end of the cutting into one of the rooting plugs. When you have finished taking your cuttings for best results put a lid (not included) on the propagator and move to a mild environment.