1. What function does a seedling tray serve?
Ans - Growers may create seedlings that are healthier, more uniform, and vigorous by employing seedling trays, which also enable field planting without upsetting the root system. In contemporary agriculture, it is routine practise to grow seedlings in seed trays.
2. What drawbacks are there to utilising seedling trays?
Ans - Cons
Ans - Seed Tray Usages Benefits while saving time, money, water, fertilizer, and land space, increases productivity. Healthy seedlings are produced in trays, and trays make delicate seedling transplanting much easier.
4. What do you call seedling trays?
Ans - Incubation trays or Germination trays (also known as seed trays). Yes, there are numerous germination trays available in a range of sizes. The "standard" size tray, sometimes known as 1020 trays, is a popular variety that greenhouse farmers utilise.