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Jiffy Strip Deep

Inexpensive, lightweight, long lasting, and a real time saver!

Famous Jiffy quality containers are made from Canadian sphagnum peat moss and wood pulp. This forms a natural, soft-walled container for all of your propagation needs. Produces superior root systems by allowing root growth right through the container walls. Roots naturally air-prune as they emerge and do not spiral. This forces greater feeder root development. Since you plant up pot-?n-all, there is no transplant shock. Jiffy pots allow better growth, earlier crops, heavier yields, and shorter production time.
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Item # Case Qty Ship wt Strip Type W x D Stock Status Price Qty
JST-523 1600 paks 38 lb 8 slots Deep Strips 2 1/4 inch x 6 inch Out of Stock
Please call for availability
$149.99
JST522 2520 paks 29 lb 12 slots Standard Strips 2 1/4 inch x 2 1/4 inch In Stock $139.99
JST525 2304 paks 36 lb 8 slots Standard Strips 2 1/2 inch x 2 1/4 inch Out of Stock
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$119.99
JST530 1260 paks 26 lb 6 slots Standard Strips 3 inch x 3 inch In Stock $131.99

Specs

Made from a mixture of sphagnum pear and wood fiber, 2 1/4in. square diameter x 2 1/4in. depth. Twelve pots per strip, 2400 pots per case.

Product Features

Multiple Jiffy-Pots in strips are for easy handling and loading in flats. Separate easy for transplanting.

Warranty

Product is covered by A. M. Leonard's 30-day satisfaction guarantee.

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Inexpensive, lightweight, long lasting, and a real time saver!

Famous Jiffy quality containers are made from Canadian sphagnum peat moss and wood pulp. This forms a natural, soft-walled container for all of your propagation needs. Produces superior root systems by allowing root growth right through the container walls. Roots naturally air-prune as they emerge and do not spiral. This forces greater feeder root development. Since you plant up pot-?n-all, there is no transplant shock. Jiffy pots allow better growth, earlier crops, heavier yields, and shorter production time.