Jiffy pots are one of the most popular ways of growing from seed and transplanting those seedlings into the garden. These Jiffy pots are constructed from a mix of sphagnum peat moss which allows roots to penetrate the side of the pot, whilst being rigid and sturdy enough to contain the substrate and plant.
Annuals, perennials and vegetables can easily be started in these jiffy pots! These pots can improve the survival rate of hard to transplant species, since the plants suffer no transplant shock when planting these jiffy pots into a larger flower pot.
How to Use:
Fill the pots with a light potting soil and water thoroughly – making sure sides of the pots are saturated. Sow seed or stick cutting and position in a bright place. When the seeds are sprouting, turn the cover on the propagator slightly for air circulation. When the seeds have sprouted, take the cover off, Avoiding frost. Gradually expose to the sun or under eco lighting such as CFLs or T5's. Never overwater or let them dry out. Water thoroughly.
When the roots of the plant are showing on the outside of the jiffy pot, it’s time to transplant into a larger pot. Put the whole pot into the flower bed or flower pot to protect the sensitive root system and cover with soil. Once plants are established they can deal with full sun or intense lighting from HID sources.
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