Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Dress up your seed flats

Nothing more boring than a row of black seed trays with nothing growing in them. Right?

Since most people use the 1020 trays which are purchased most everywhere, I will be using these for this article however, this will work with different sized trays.

Basic seed flat with tomato seedlings Urban gardening, backyard, wood lathe
The basic 1020 seed tray with micro greens all "dressed up".

I used scrap lumber in my project as there always seems to be some laying around.  The first piece to mark out and cut to length was the side pieces.  This can be done with either a miter box or a power saw.

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