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Old June 30, 2013   #1
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Default PRINTABLE Blank Garden Grid/Seed Tray Maps

Here are my Seedling Charts which are made available to anyone who wants them.



6 x 12 (72) Black & White Numbered
-- This is perfect if you don't want to write the names of each var several times. Write the names at the top, and put their numbers in each cell at the bottom. It is suggested that you use pink, blue, and green highlighter pens to draw outlines around each "cluster" of seedlings.


6 x 12 (72) Black & White Fill-In
-- This is perfect if you are growing 1-2 seedlings of each variety and just want to write the name of each variety in each cell.



6 x 12 (72) Green Numbered Single
-- A variation of the Numbered chart above but in a light and dark green color scheme. Single plants.


6 x 12 (72) Green Numbered Pairs
-- A variation of the Numbered chart above but in a light and dark green color scheme. Paired plants.



6 x 12 (72) Peach Numbered Singles
-- A variation of the Numbered chart above but in a light and dark peach color scheme. Single plants.


6 x 12 (72) Peach Numbered Pairs
-- A variation of the Numbered chart above but in a light and dark peach color scheme. Paired plants.



17 x 10 (170) Seedling Chart (Peach)

17 x 10 (170) Seedling Chart (Green)
17 x 10 (170) Seedling Chart (Purple)


24 x 12 (288 cell plug tray) and 16 x 8 (128 lg. plug tray):

24 x 12 (288) Plug Tray Chart (Peach)
16 x 8 (128) Lg. Plug Tray Chart (Peach)

Can't say I've ever seen one of these used outside of a commercial greenhouse setting (I worked at a greenhouse for a summer), but here you go.



4 x 9 (36) Seedling Chart (Green)



4 x 12 (48) Seedling Chart (Purple)

4 x 12 (48) Seedling Chart (Peach)
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Old June 30, 2013   #2
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Triangular cells? What crazy configurations will they think of next?


1803 Triangular Seed Starting Tray (config A)



1803 Triangular Seed Starting Tray (config B)



1803 Triangular Seed Starting Tray (config C)



1803 Triangular Seed Starting Tray (config D)


And to answer another request, here's 7 x 7:


7 x 7 Seed Starting Tray
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Old June 30, 2013   #3
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Morgan, thank you for re-posting those - I really needed more of those 7 x 7's. I shall make a note this time "Last copy - do NOT use. Photocopy more!"
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Fantastic! Thanks!
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Yay! The charts are back!
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Old February 21, 2014   #6
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I love these! Great for the disorganized folk like me. Plus the darn sharpies always fade so I cant tell what is what. THANKS Brian
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I just discovered these gems sitting here all this time. They meet my needs exactly and I want to thank Feldon for providing them!
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I just discovered these gems sitting here all this time. They meet my needs exactly and I want to thank Feldon for providing them!
Same for me. Thanks feldon.
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Glad these are still here! Thanks again for posting.
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"Plus the darn sharpies always fade so I cant tell what is what."

New Sharpies on the market called Extreme (or something like that)that supposedly don't fade. Bought 4 for the 2016 season since we went through 2 regular ones in 2015.
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These are great! Last year I ended up with all my cabbage things mixed up, had to wait until after they were planted and declared themselves.
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I have relaunched my gardening website with all updated articles and a few new ones under development. I still have much work still to do on it, but if you need some gardening advice, specifically about starting seeds, growing tomatoes, etc. please check it out. It's still a bit Texas-centric, but I'm working on making it more geography-agnostic. Any feedback and suggestions are appreciated.

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I have relaunched my gardening website with all updated articles and a few new ones under development. I still have much work still to do on it, but if you need some gardening advice, specifically about starting seeds, growing tomatoes, etc. please check it out. It's still a bit Texas-centric, but I'm working on making it more geography-agnostic. Any feedback and suggestions are appreciated.

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Glad to see your site back. And I look forward to more entries.
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Great articles under "Gardening Guides". Please post more..
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Thanks for the kind words. Brief article on parsnips coming.
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