Netted Coir Pellets
Potting soil and pot in one little unit.
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Netted Coir Pellets is rated out of 5 by 14.Rated 5 out of 5 by cmp05 from Love these! I have used these for several years, with great success. Almost everything (both vegetable and flower seeds) has germinated, and they are easy and convenient. However, what I like the best is how easy it is to transplant into a larger container -- just pick up the pellet with the seedling and pop it into its new home. I had used seed starting mix and trays in the past, and found that if the seedling roots were not yet densely packed, the whole plant crumbled and fell apart when trying to transplant. That is NOT a problem with the coir pellets, and I will continue to use them year after year.Date published: 2015-03-22Rated 2 out of 5 by Cathyj000 from Eh. They're ok. These worked quite well, but they were very crumbly. The filling would fall out every time I watered it seemed.Date published: 2014-08-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Caliveggie from Near perfect germination rates! I have gotten near perfect germination rates and healthy and fast growing plants! With peat, some of my plants would stunt, but with these, they keep growing! Everything has done well once I've put it in the ground or in a pot, and I never forget plant food or good potting soil! These are the best for starting seeds! I've head healthier plants with these versus the peat!Date published: 2013-06-24Rated 1 out of 5 by Chukka from Poor pellets This is my second time in three years trying to start by seeds. I purposely purchased Burpee heirloom seeds this year. I saw these ECO-friendly Coir Pellets at a local big box store and thought I would try them. I had the heating mat and grow light set up and even bought a package for my friend. Most seeds germinated, but after that they seemed to stop growing. The second leaves were very slow to come in. My friend had the same issue. He purchased a peat based pellet and planted the same seeds 3 weeks later than the first group and the seedlings are easily 3 times the size. Picture shows Burpee pellets on the right and peat pellets on the left-same seeds and planted 3 weeks later These are worthless and have set back my garden by 6 weeks.Date published: 2013-04-17Rated 5 out of 5 by CarolinaHeirloom from Worked Perfectly! I read the other reviews and was surprised. I bought a pack of 48 a couple months ago to try out. I normally use the peat pots and seed starting mix, but the coir pelets seemed intriguing to me. I used all 48, and all 48 sprouted with the seeds I planted in them. I used 6 of them to get my Black Krim tomato plants growing and they took off right away. In fact they seem to be stronger and healthier than those I started in the peat pots. The ones I planted in peat pots grew tall, thin, and lanky. The coir pellets seem to have made my other plants stockier and not in much need of hardening off.Date published: 2010-04-11Rated 1 out of 5 by jgardener from not a good purchase I wanted to have an easier time with getting the seedlings out of the normal seed starting trays. I thought these would be a great solution, but the seeds do not sprout or rarely do. I have tried replanting and nothing changed. Don't waste your money.Date published: 2010-04-01Rated 1 out of 5 by Peapicker from Huge disappointment I started 24 nasturtium seeds in these pellets after expanding them with tap water. From the same seed package I started 24 peat pots that I had filled with potting soil. All 24 of the potting soil seeds came up as anticipated while only ONE seedling emerged from the pellets. I allowed another week to allow for late starters... nothing more happened. As I crumbled the peat pellets into the trash (I didn't want this stuff in my compost) I identified numerous germinated seeds that had not emerged. I then planted those in potting soil and ALL sent up leaves. What is in these pellets? I will not use them again.Date published: 2009-05-09Rated 1 out of 5 by nottelling from BOO I hate this thing it Killed all of my plants and its not even peat soil!!!!!!!!!!!!! its the worst it was a waste ofmy money!!!!!Date published: 2008-05-10