Plumeria Seed Starter Kit with Seeds and Nutrient Kit

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  • 36 2"x 3" FCN Peat Plugs, 10x20 plug tray, 10x20 flat tray without holes.
  • 2"x 3" FCN Peat Plugs

Expected release date is 1st Sep 2019

Your Price: $80.00

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Plumeria Seed Starter Kit with Assorted Seeds and our Nutrient Kit

Everything you need for the first 8 months of a seedlings life. (Except the 1 gal pots and soil).

After several years of experimenting with various media for germination and nutrients for growing seedlings, we've decided to share the products with you in an easy to use Plumeria Seed Germination Kit. The Florida Colors Nursery Plumeria Seed Starter Kit consists of a flat tray without drain holes, a plug tray and 36, pH neutral 2" x 3" FCN FlexiPlugs, foam injected peat plugs pre-saturated with micro-nutrients. Specific micro-nutrients have been added to promote seed germination and give young seedlings a kick start.

The Plumeria Seed Starter Kit is for the serious grower who wants the most out of their seeds. For best results always start with the freshest seeds possible. Purchase from a trusted seller known to provide quality plumeria seeds.

The kit is wrapped in plastic and sealed to keep the plugs moist.

Why use FCN Flexi-Plugs?(See Guide to Growing Plumeria from Seed on PlumeriaSeeds.com)

Plumeria Seed Kit Contents:

36  - 2" x 3" FCN FlexiPlugs
36 - FCN Mixed Plumeria Seeds
1 - 10" x 20" Plug Tray holds 36 Plugs
1 - 10"x 20" Flat Tray (without holds)
1 - 10"x 20" 2" tall clear cover for germinating indoors. 
Includes Plumeria Nutrient Kit 
   4 oz of Bioblast
   4 oz of Vitazyme
   4 oz of Carl Pool's Root Activator
   20 oz of Excalibur VI
NOTE: Plugs and trays comes sealed in plastic. Fertilizer mixes should be for young seedlings and may require a weaker mix.

 

As always, we are pleased to share our experiences and technology!

Plumeria Seed Starter Kit

We have included 36 fresh FCN Mixed Seeds and a few extra to help you get started. For best results always start with the freshest seeds possible. Purchase from a trusted seller known to provide quality plumeria seeds.

We have included our Nutrient Mix Kit - 1 oz of Carl Pool's Root Activator and 1 oz Vital Earth's Vitazyme per gal of water. The products used for the nutrient mix are products we have been using and also sell on our website is included with this package. https://www.floridacolorsplumeria.com/nutrient-starter-kit/ 

Seed Germination

If you need to test viability or speed up initial germination, you may want to soak your seeds before planting. See “How to Soak Plumeria Seeds”
https://www.floridacolorsplumeria.com/how-to-soak-plumeria-seeds/

Phase I
is seed germination, all you need is plumeria seeds and a sharp knife to get started.

  1. Remove the plastic wrap. (The tray and plugs are wrapped in plastic and sealed to keep the plugs moist.)
  2. With a kitchen knife or similar, directly over the existing hole in each plug, make a 1/2" wide slice and about 2" down into the plug.
  3. Place your seeds in the slice allowing the seed’s flag to stick out.
  4. Fill the flat tray with the nutrient mix (Mix a nutrient mix using 1 oz of Carl Pool's Root Activator and 1 oz of Vitazyme to 1 gal of water or similar nutrient products) The easiest way is to lift a plug out add nutrients and replace the plug.
  5. The preferred temperature to germinate seeds range from 85-95 degrees. During cooler months you may need to use a heating mat.
  6. Optional to use of plastic cover if you are indoors
  7. Seed germination will take from 7-14 days, sometimes longer.

Seedling Growth

Phase II is the initial seedling growth

  1. Check the flat tray every few days and add water when needed to keep the tray full. The easiest way is to lift a plug out, check and add nutrients if needed, then replace the plug.
  2. After your seedling has produced three or four real leaves, start fertilizing with Bioblast 7-7-7 every two weeks (Mix: 1 teaspoon per gallon, this is half strength), early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Do not spray during the heat of the day.
  3. Check the water level in the trays often and add water as needed to keep the flat tray full of water.
  4. Check and add nutrients as needed, the same mix as above or similar.
  5. Every two weeks Foliage feed with Bioblast 7-7-7 fertilize (1 teaspoon per gallon, half strength), early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Do not spray during the heat of the day.
  6. When you see substantial growth and lots of roots, it is time to transplant into the soil.
  7. Initial seedling growth is usually 2-3 months.

NOTE: Your seedlings growth will vary depending on the weather and time of year. Spring is the best time for planting and growing plumeria seeds. Seeds need warmth and moisture to germinate; seedlings need warmth, moisture, and light to grow.

Transplanting to Soil and Fertilizing

Phase III is transplanting the plugs into a soil mix; I use Pro-Mix BX with Mycorrhizae for the first phase of seedling growth in soil. Expect this to be eight months or longer.

  1. Fill a one gal pot or larger with Pro-Mix BX with Mycorrhizae.
  2. Drench the Pro-Mix with the same mix as above, (1 oz of Root Activator and 1 oz Vitazyme per gal of water)
  3. Make a hole large enough for the plug to fit in, (we use a rooting tube to make an indention into the soil).
  4. Insert the plug in the soil (Be careful not to damage the roots).
  5. Sprinkle two tablespoons of Excalibur VI around the plug and the top of the soil. Excalibur should last until the seedlings are approximately eight months old.
  6. Add soil to cover the fertilizer and the plug with about 1/2" to 1" of soil.
  7. Tamp the soil around the plug to assure good contact between the plug and the soil.
  8. Water until the soil is soaked. 
  9. Add soil when needed.
  10. Be sure to water well when the soil is almost dry.
  11. Every two weeks Foliage feed with Bioblast 7-7-7 fertilize (1 tablespoon per gallon, full strength), early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Do not spray during the heat of the day.
  12. Treat for insects as needed.

Now that you have labored so hard to give your seeds the best possible care to help your seeds germinate and grow all you have to do is wait. I can assure you the feeling you get when you a plumeria seedling bloom that you grew from seed is worth it. Hopefully, you will find out how it feels for yourself in a few years.

About FCN’s FlexiPlugs - Stabilized Peat Plugs designed for Professional Grower

FCN FlexiPlugs are created by blending the highest quality peat with other organics and a foam binder. The result is a stabilized propagation medium that promotes faster growth for plumeria seedlings and provides the consistent moisture needed for seed germination. Our pH balanced plug also contains micronutrients and active biologicals so it has all the elements needed to promote healthy root growth and young plant vigor.

Benefits for Plumeria

  • Higher water holding capacity and even dry down
  • Air pockets provide optimal aeration
  • Resists compaction
  • pH balanced
  • Blended with micronutrients & biologicals for plumeria

Benefits for Growers

  • Greater control over growing processes
  • Faster rooting
  • Less mess on the bench
  • Earlier & easier transplanting
  • Greater initial densities

The plug design promotes:

  • Aeration and hydration
  • Root zone insulation in the cold and heat
  • Longer hold times for slower growing crops

FCN’S FlexiPlugs

FCN's FlexiPlug's Cellular Sponge technology for soil-less growing media is designed to give your seedlings a stronger start! FlexiPlugs are created by blending the highest quality peat with other organics and a foamed binder. The result is a stabilized propagation medium that promotes faster germination and growth while providing the consistent moisture needed for plumeria seed germination. Our pH balanced plug also contains micronutrients and active biologicals, so it has all the elements needed to promote healthy root growth and young plant vigor.

Our FCN FlexiPlugs soil-less stabilized growing media is perfect for growing Plumeria Seedlings.

This sponge-like quality means:

  • Less mess on the bench
  • Earlier & easier transplanting
  • Greater initial densities

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