Humidity tray grids are just the thing for growing finicky plants — and drying your boots quickly! The secret to growing many plants, like orchids and African violets, is a humid environment. Here's an easy, economical way to humidify the surrounding air: Place these grids in the waterproof trays of our Light Gardens and arrange plants on top. Keep water in the trays and as it evaporates it will increase humidity around plants — the grids elevate plants above the water level so roots don't rot. Grids may also be placed inside Boot Trays to elevate boots above mud and melting snow for faster drying.
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from Southern New England
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about Rubber Grids, Set of 2:
I bought these to line the small boot trays to use under some overwintered plants in a spare sunny room.. One grid fits snugly perfect I'm now thinking they would be great for just about anything involving wet conditions. Kennels, greenhouse, front porch, etc. Easy to clean, can be used on trays or tile an area of concrete floor.
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Durable & worthwhile purchase!
Fits nicely by door to keep floors clean of dirt from shoes & boots!
I use these on my ligh carts
from Clermont Florida
About Me Midrange Shopper
This is a great product for the light carts. Fits the carts trays well. I use these with pea gravel to increase the humidity around my cattleyas. Does exactly what I need it to do.
Great produce, works perfectly!
from Concord, NH
They should have came together with the boot holder units!
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Orchid room Humidity Trays
Great for use with cow pots!
from Wellington, NV
I grow tomatoes in the spring for charity in cow pots. These trays with the grid work great along with the grids. I don't have a green house so I use my windows in the front room.
Used to catch water
By Ms. Red
I used these with small boot trays to put my potted vegetables on. That way if they get overwatered the tray will catch it and not spill over my upper deck onto the property below. It is working very well and I will bring them in when winter comes and use them for our boots
Perfect compliment to the tray
from La Center, WA
I use these in their accompanying trays in the house under potted plants, and outside on my deck for plant sack plantings. The grids allow air circulation (bottom of pots & sacks kept dry) and a little humidity in plant vicinity.
Must buy two even if you only want one
from central PA
The tray and insert should be offered together.
I would buy this again
Drys shoes and boots off quicker
from Enfield CT
I use these mats with the planting trays to collect excess water.
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