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Growing trays

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Our trays are crafted from organic cellulose waste, which naturally decomposes in the soil. This means that germinated seeds can be planted directly into the trays without the need for transplantation or being uprooted from their familiar environment.

The problem

Vegetable plants are typically cultivated in seed trays, but the subsequent transplantation process can be delicate and lead to “transplant shock,” with injury to capillary roots which can severely damage or even kill young plants.
Conventional trays used for this purpose are made from non-biodegradable materials, primarily plastic such as polypropylene or polystyrene. While these trays can be reused after sterilization, the associated costs for this process can be significant.

The Bioplasmar solution

Our trays are crafted from organic cellulose waste, which naturally biodegrades in the soil. This means that once the seeds have germinated, there is no need to transplant them and disturb their familiar environment. By avoiding the process of transplanting, we completely eliminate the risk of transplant shock, which can cause significant damage to young plants, particularly to their capillary roots.
Furthermore, the biodegradable organic container provides natural nourishment (compost) to the growing plant, enhancing its development. The roots, often susceptible to damage during transplanting, are protected within the tray.
By using our trays, the need for transplanting germinated seeds from plastic containers is eliminated, resulting in time and cost savings. Additionally, there is no requirement for recycling, and no waste is generated as our trays biodegrade harmoniously into the soil.

Are you interested in Bioplasmar's sustainable solutions?

Contact our Bioplasmar expert Chaim Eldar. We look forward to answering your questions.