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Seed tray domes

Hi, All:

Try Charlie's Greenhouse Supplies, <A HREF="www.charliesgreenhose.com">
www.charliesgreenhose.com</A>, for domes for the standard 1020 tray.  They 
also carry a 6" high dome for a 11" x 11" tray.  Personally, I think they are 
too expensive.

I use a plastic screened bottom seed trays, 13" x 9" x 2.75".  I place the 
trays in 2 gallon zip lock bags with coat hanger "hoops."

If the domes are too expensive, try using the dry cleaner garment bags with 
the coat hanger "hoops."


Rich Horowitz
Stoughton MA
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