392S67N: 392 Cell 26×13″ Vegetable Propagation Tray

  • Very versatile vegetable propagation tray.
  • Suitable for a wide variety of crops.
  • Features root training ribs for high quality, easy to pull plants.
  • Cell has constant angle so plants pull better.
  • Durable, long-life design.
  • Designed to work with T-rail benching.
  • Reinforced corners for ease of carrying and durability for mechanization.
  • Wide cell base to aid plant pulling.
  • Cross shaped drain hole for great air pruning.

Made In:

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Details & Features

This shallower stacking 392 cell 26 x 13 inch tray with a 19cc cell volume is a good medium density processing tomato tray and is also well suited to celery, cabbage and cauliflower.

The injection molded construction lends itself to improved features over polystyrene (Styrofoam) trays, such as root training ribs and larger cell drainage hole. This means roots are better quality, circle less and can’t embed themselves into the cell wall – which all means a much easier plant to pull.

The heavy duty design has a long extended working life – usually 10+ years with multiple cycles per year.

Trays can be steam sterilized with no negative effects on life of tray or plant pulling.

Suitable for use with T-rail benching.

Key Features

Cell Count


Outer Dimensions

26" x 13"

Plant Density

159 pl/ft.2

Cell Volume

19 cc

Min Order Qty

252 trays

Made In


Suitable For

Cabbage, Processing Tomatoes

Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Celery, Lettuce, Peppers


Shipping Statistics

Minimum Order Qty

252 Trays


Units per Pallet1

288 if order full truck

252 if ordering partial shipment

Max Pallets/Truck


Max Units/Truck


Max Units/Container2


Please Note…

1 Full truck loads can fit more trays per pallet as a dedicated full size 53ft lorry is used for delivery. For partial truck loads, we cannot guarantee the height of the lorry, so pallets must fit into all commercial freight vehicles. If arranging your own transport, please advise us at the earliest opportunity on the internal height of your vehicle.

2 Trays are stacked loose or partly loose to get the maximum number of trays per container. This will result in lower unit shipping cost but also more labor to unload

All statistics and measurements may vary so please check before purchasing, if critical, or ask for sample.

Paul Chambers | Keithly Williams, United States

In my opinion, Proptek’s 162 injection molded tray is the best reusable watermelon transplant tray on the market.

Zoë Bradbury | Valley Flora Farm, OR, United States

Our 6-acre vegetable farm is committed to generating as much production with as little waste as possible. We have never been satisfied with the flimsy plastic propagation trays that dominate the nursery industry, because of the garbage they create, the difficulty of moving trays in the greenhouse, the challenge of removing plugs, and the overall lower quality starts they produce.

We were thrilled to discover Proptek trays last year and now use the 144s for nearly all of our vegetable start production. The smooth, tapered plug design makes transplanting fast and easy, and the quality of our plants has been excellent.

Best of all, they are extremely durable. I fully expect we’ll still be using the same trays in a decade, and beyond. The folks at Proptek worked with us to fulfill a group order for a handful of organic farmers in the Pacific Northwest and every single farm has been impressed by these trays so far. Thank you Proptek for designing a quality product that meets our farm’s production needs and will stand the test of time.

Patrick Mobley | Mobley Greenhouse Inc, GA, United States

We have been using Proptek propagation trays for decades now and the plant quality is always second to none. The design helps us produce as many plants per foot as physically possible whilst keeping the quality high, which something that is important to us as we are ourselves strive to produce the best we can. John and the team aren’t just churning out plastic trays – they live and breathe horticulture and have done for years now, so you know you are getting what’s best for the plants. What’s best for the plants is best for us.