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Seeding Widger

€5,00

Product information: Stainless steel L18 cm x W2 cm This superbly handy seedling widger is invaluable when it’s time to prick out seedlings. Offering great control and a choice of scoop size for transplanting, it makes sowing and growing so much easier. Either end can be used, depending on the...

Product information:

Stainless steel

L18 cm x W2 cm

This superbly handy seedling widger is invaluable when it’s time to prick out seedlings. Offering great control and a choice of scoop size for transplanting, it makes sowing and growing so much easier.

Either end can be used, depending on the size of your seedlings. The support from this widger helps avoid damage to delicate young plants – and especially those all-important root systems - while transplanting, allowing more of your seedlings to survive and thrive.

The tiny widger is multipurpose, too. The narrow end is ideal for making holes for seeds, and it also makes an extremely handy and accurate little weeding tool.

In stainless steel, the widger is rust resistant, so will last for years. If you’re growing from seed, you’ll be amazed at just how indispensable this little seedling widger can be.

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