Edamame is a specific variety of soybean that is harvested when the beans are still immature. It is generally eaten as a snack or appetizer in Japanese cuisine. The name "edamame" comes from Japanese words "eda" meaning "branch", and "mame" meaning "bean".
Edamame is familiar food in Japan but maybe unfamiliar to grow in chainpots. Here we will show how to seed edamame in our chainpots.
We also have detailed video on our YouTube. Check it out!
Seed type: coated
1 seed per cell
Paperpot transplanting system
Seeder: 12mm diameter × 3-5mm thickness
Other basic tools are required
How to seed
Spread the chainpots with the opening rods.
Set the chainpots to the opening frame.
Remove the rods and set the frame to the nursery tray.
Fill the potting soil with hands.
Clean the surface with the brush.
Make holes with the dibble board.
Place the seeds in the seeder and shake it to set them to each hole of the seeder.
Match the holes of the seeder to the seeding holes on chainpots.
Drop the seeds slowly.
Remove the opening frame.
Fill the covering soil by hand.
Clean and flatten the surface with the back side of the brush.
When grown enough, transplant them with our paperpot transplanter.