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Product CodeELL50
Sold in cases of 10
Price per case: $34.50
Cost Per Item: $3.450
When ordering 20 or more
Price Per Case: $30.00
Cost Per Item: $3.000

North Carolina Farms, Inc.


These Ellepots boast the largest diameter cell of any tray that we carry. They are best used for plants that need a little extra room for either leaf structure or root development. Great for seed production, 50-cell Ellepot trays are a must have for producers of succulents, vegetable seeds, rex begonias, and many other plants that need the larger space.

We're excited to be able to offer Ellepots to other growers who wish to buy online directly from our website. These custom Ellepots are made on site, year round. Our 50-count tray uses 40 mm ellepots. If you need something smaller, please see our 105-count tray which uses a 25 mm Ellepot, or our 72-count deep tray which uses a 30 mm Ellepot.

Ellepot Quick Facts

  • Number of pots per tray: 50
  • Number of trays per case: 10
  • Dimensions: 40 mm X 40 mm (Approximately 1.5" X 1.5")

Ellepot Benefits:

  • Biodegradable
  • Higher rooting yields
  • Less stress in transplanting
  • Better shipping
  • Superior aeration of the soil
  • Faster rooting time

Ellepot Soil

Our ellepot soil is a tried and tested blend that roots with great success. It consists of 85% peat and 15% fine perlite with additional plant nutrients. Our ellepot soil is specially blended for both propagation and seed germination.
This blend is great for starting all different kinds of plants:
  • Annuals
  • Bedding Plants
  • Foliage
  • Hemp
  • Herbs
  • Perennials
  • Vegetables
If you would like to read more from the manufacturer about our ellepot soil, click here.
Like all blended potting media, the peat moss in this soil sometimes grows a harmless gray mold (Trichoderma sp.). While this mold is unsightly, it is harmless and has actually been reported to have beneficial aspects for plant growth. It can be cleaned up with fungicide or plant-safe disinfectant. However, most growers just ignore it as it will usually die off naturally. For more information on Trichoderma, check out this article from ProMix.

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