Even more often the seedling of flower and vegetable cultures is on sale not in the old manner – bunches, and in cartridges when each plant has a certain area of food. It is good and for development of plants, both for transportation, and for the subsequent change of seedling in soil. But despite all conveniences and advantages, it is necessary to choose cassette seedling especially attentively.
Examine the cartridge from all directions. If notice empty cells, non-standard plants – ask to replace them. Track that all plants were one size if on the one hand the plants extended, weak, and with another – stronger, stocky – it means that lighting was uneven. Accurately move apart ranks of seedling and be convinced that there are no sick plants. As a rule, sellers of seedling go on various cunnings and all "errors" hide in the middle of the cartridge. From the middle healthy plants settle down at the edges of the cartridge, and on their place the plants affected with diseases and wreckers are put. Besides, in the middle of the cartridge bad aeration, is not a lot of light, and the seedling quite often is surprised diseases and wreckers in the middle of the cartridge. On leaflets there should not be a mold, slime, spots. Attentively examine both the lower part of a stalk and lateral branches. Do not buy podvyavshy seedling. Perhaps, plants are healthy, them simply forgot to water and after watering the seedling will recover, but there are such types which do not take out drying of the soil at all, and further even if will survive, will be long ill and lag behind in development.