Product List

LP353-30

30cm(12") in-row spacing chainpots, with 190 cells each chain. For crops such as cabbage, broccoli, etc.

Because of the difference of the cell numbers, standard 264-cell nursery tools (seeder, dibble board, and opening frame) cannot be used. Instead,190-cell types are usable.

For transplanting LP353-30 with the paperpot transplanter (HP-16), "the deeper furrow maker" and "the guide plate" are recommended.

Chainpots are foldale seedling trays made of paper. By expanding them to nursery trays, the iconic honeycomb structure appears. The honeycomb is a glid of one long chain of 190 cells, which can be unraveled from the edge.Using the paperpot transplanter, the chain is drawn out, enters into the ground, and covered by the soil.In order not to be decomposed during the nursery period, chainpot paper is processed to be strong enough. It means that depends on the soil condition, the paper is possible to remain in the field even after the harvest. If you mind it, remove the paper from the ground.

Detail infomation

Diameter
3.5 cm (1.4")
Dimensions
38×25×21 cm
Weight
9.0 kg
Height
3 cm (1.2")
Width
Length
Available paperpots
In-row spacing
30 cm (12")
Chain length
57 m (187 ft.)
Cells per chain
190
Expanded size
28×58 cm
shape
cells per flat

Box Unit Specifications

Weight
9.0 kg
Dimensions
38×25×21 cm
Chains per box
60
Cells per box
11400
Flats per box
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