A review of the Agarlan HA100 Propagator (sometimes labelled as the MA100) then I use to sow a few brassicas. A great piece of kit!!
Effortlessly grow successful plug plants from seed. Ideal for window sills. Extra strong for use over many years. Dishwashable. Compact 'Plug Plant' trainer for 49 plants Use multifunctional transparent top as a ventilator. Turn upside down and use it to make holes in the centre of each cell ready for your seed. Fill the bottom tray with water as needed It has a unique 'pop up' system for easy removal of your plugs
The traditional time for sowing onions etc - just after Christmas. So here I go sowing a few varieties in the Agralan Plug Plant Trainer (MA100/HA100). A fantastic piece of kit, well made and so practical! On Amazon, it is cheaper to buy 2 single units than a package of two! Go figure. https://amzn.to/2QZWpWg
A quick video showing the potting on of Brassicas from the 49 Cell Agralan Propagator
A look at how the onions, leeks and shallots are doing in the Agralan Root Trainers. A quick look at some soups I made and an introduction to some baby fish! Enjoy, Steve The Agralan Plug Trainer can be found here on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Rd6Oh6
The wheelhoe is the most effective and easy-to-use hand tool on the market. It makes light work of weeding in the garden, on gravel paths or sand bunkers. Easy grips handles for maximum comfort. Accessories and hoe available at www.agralan-growers.co.uk.
So now that the seeds has been cleaning for about 24 hour iI will put them into my plugbox and wait for them to sprout. Dont forget to watch the bloopers :) It can be frustrating to talk in a foreign language... Im gonna start 8 scotch bonnets from seed but only keep 3 for the contest (need to be sure to get sprouts): 3x MOA Scotch Bonnets from +Delta Lima 5x Peach Scotch Bonnet from +cenexes 12 https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115327395557843932467 Here are the rules: 1. Cannot be over-wintered plant. 2. Only mature fruits, can be green but not the baby ones, will be counted. 3. Must start plant after November 1 2015. For those with longer season, start whenever you like. 4. If you cannot obtain MOA seeds, something Scotch Bonnet related will work. (accepted varieties: MOA Scotch Bonnet, Jamaican Scotch Bonnet from +Larry W, Peach Scotch bonnet from +cenexes 12, Orange Scotch Bonnets, Chocolate Scotch Bonnets or any other variety of Scotch Bonnets). 5. Plant can be grown traditionally (soil) or hydroponically, your choice. 6. The counting of the peppers can be any time the participant is ready and no further counting after that. Some people pick their fruits periodical, that is fine too, add that to your final count. Just be as accurate as possible when submitting your count to the community. An accompanying photo would be great. We will not question the counts, it's all for FUN!
Update on chitting chilies and transplanting them to peat block and the Agralan plug plant trainer. Another attempt to grow meconopsis poppies. A demonstration on how to use the soil blocker. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching. All the best Nic
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Plug trays vacuum seeder for horticulture - Made in Europe