Once you have successfully propagated cuttings or seedlings so that roots are showing from your Grodan Cuttings Seed Cubes, the next stage is to transplant them on into Grodan Transplanting Cubes.
We offer 2 sizes of Transplanting Cube, each with either a large or small hole to match the two available sizes of Cuttings Seed Cube. After establishing your plants in their Grodan Transplanting Cubes, they can be moved on into any kind of system.
When ordering Grodan Transplanting Cubes please specify whether you've been growing with Large or Small Grodan Cuttings Seed Cubes.
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Questions and Answers (2)can you place these straight into soil once they are established? and as far as "established" goes, do you plant once roots appear through the cube?Hi, you can put these into soil once the roots have come through the cube.
Written by Jeff | 26 Sep 2013i have used these cubes alot and always leave the outer wrapper inplace until i plant it on into the next medium(clay in pots) i have noticed that the cubes hold alot of water at the bottom of the cube whilst the top stays dry, is it better to remove the outer wrapper b4 planting the seed/cutting to help oxygen reach the roots and dry out the bottom of the cubes so the balance of water isnt bottom heavy?we would recommend keeping the wrapping on the cube, as this helps it to keep it’s structure
Written by wayne | 27 Jul 2011