The Plant Pie Method And Container Helps Grow Plants In Shallow Trays
This new growing method created by Alan Van Wingerden and the resulting product will be showcased at the 2012 OFA Short Course.
July 13, 2012
The Plant Pie method, created by Alan Van Wingerden, the owner of OVW Greenhouses, is a patented way of growing plants in a round shallow tray. To see the Plant Pie at the OFA Short Course, visit booth #0607.
Proponents of the method boast that it has been found to perform better than the standard method of growing from individual cells, trays and pots. The Plant Pie is also marketed as the latest in plant tray technology for everyone from wholesale greenhouses and landscapers to garden centers and home gardeners.
Customers have reported that the Plant Pie produces top-quality, thriving flowers and plants because of how the roots develop. Simply use top-quality soil and follow the easy directions, and the Plant Pie root system spreads laterally, maximizing the amount of soil within its shallow, 3-inch, ribbed tray.
To find out more about the Plant Pie, visit Plantpie.com or call 973-633-0682.