Compact Plant Trainer twin pack £24.15 @ Gardening Naturally - HotUKDeals
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Time to start thinking about getting those seeds growing and I have been looking to buy one of these, best I found was £17 each until I found this twin pack. The site has a 10% sale to bring them down to this price inc delivery

£20.30 for one on Fleabay

If you have seen it cheaper elsewhere please let us all know, dont just vote cold... cheers

Compact Plant Trainer

Effortlessly grow successful plug plants from seed.

Fill the 49 cells with compost, plant seeds, cover with self-watering lid and fill the reservoir with water. Watering is easy, simply pour water into the bottom tray. The clear lid may be turned through 90 degrees to allow ventilation.

When the plants are ready to move on, simply remove the cover and push down the plug section. The plant 'plugs' will pop up for safe and easy transplanting.

The Compact Plant Trainer is robustly manufactured and may be re-used many times over.

Height 14cm Base 22.5 x 20 cm.
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#1
brillaint, thank you!!!

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banned#2
wow thats great
#3
Mascherano
wow thats great


I thought it was but it seems to be getting a cool reception... must be lack of gardeners on here :-D
#4
Is this any good for growing rastafarian old holburn? :-D
#5
jayjayuk1234
Is this any good for growing rastafarian old holburn? :-D


Of course...develops the roots a treat, makes it easy to plant in your neighbours garden at night...:whistling:
#6
Excellent idea, just ordered ready for the veg seed sowing this spring
#7
forester46
Excellent idea, just ordered ready for the veg seed sowing this spring


I cant wait, some leeks in there I think and peas in the other.....:thumbsup:
#8
I have recycled an old snake vivarium, coated the inside with tin foil and I have a temperature controlled grow room with seedling friendly lighting. Got some great chillies this year from it, before moving them to a greenhouse.

Admittedly the setup cost nearly 200 quid to build originally :D
#9
tek-monkey
I have recycled an old snake vivarium, coated the inside with tin foil and I have a temperature controlled grow room with seedling friendly lighting. Got some great chillies this year from it, before moving them to a greenhouse.

Admittedly the setup cost nearly 200 quid to build originally :D


Blimey they must have been good chilies! :thumbsup:
#10
Still eating them, I froze about 200! The setup was overkill, but I didn't have a snake anymore so thought I may as well use it.

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