Transplanting: Once the seedlings have grown strong enough, they can be easily transplanted from the seed tray into larger pots, containers, or directly into the garden soil. The compartments in seed trays enable the organized and efficient handling of individual seedlings during the transplanting process.
Microgreens Production: Seed trays are ideal for cultivating microgreens, which are young vegetable greens harvested just after the first couple of leaves have developed. The compact size of seed trays allows for the dense planting of microgreens and makes it easier to harvest them once they reach the desired height.
Research and Education: Seed trays are widely used in research laboratories, educational institutions, and botanical gardens for various scientific and educational purposes. They provide a standardized and controlled platform for studying plant growth, conducting experiments, and teaching about germination and propagation techniques.