2 x 4 DIY Seed Starting Rack Plans - With Seed Starting Tips Guide Included!

2 x 4 DIY Seed Starting Rack Plans - With Seed Starting Tips Guide Included!

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DIY Seed Starting Stand Plans - Made From Simple 2 x 4's! Includes our seed starting tips guide.

Easy to follow, step by step plans to build this seed starting stand from 2 x 4’s. Grow up to 12 flats of flowers and vegetables for your garden!

With these plans, using just 11 non-treated 2 x 4 x 8 pieces of lumber and a single sheet of plywood - you can create a 3 shelf seed starting stand to start all of our flower and vegetable seedlings. The seed starting stand plans even has directions for hanging and using inexpensive fluorescent shop lights to grow plants indoors.

Can easily be built in a single afternoon - and allows for up to 700+ seedlings to be started on the rack.

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Old World Garden Farms Home and Garden DIY Plans

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David Stucky Apr 9, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

Plans were very well put together and easy to follow. We completed the seed starting rack last weekend and already have seeds growing under the lights. This is an excellent stand - simple yet very functional for the basic gardener that I have been. We just made a change with cover crops planted last fall and are now establishing our first raised row garden. Looking great so far!

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Tim Mar 6, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

I cut the size in half and built two smaller shelves. There are a couple of spots in the directions where items are missing, however. (Notably in the cut list / and during assembly.) I also might reccomend not needing 3 inch screws in a lot of places during assembly, notably while attaching the plywood top top to the table.

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Martha Schill Jun 6, 2020

Heather Shireman May 17, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

This plan was great! I made a couple modifications on the door and vent placement just because of the way I needed it to face. This was my first wood project I did 100% by myself and I love the way it turned out! I painted it and added a green metal roof. I’ll try to add more pics if it lets me.

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