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Kidney tray (tool)

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Kidney tray (tool)

Kidney tray

A Kidney tray is a tool for transporting seedlings.

A kidney tray can be used with shoulder straps and waist straps. Kidney trays are often plastic or a from of plasticized textile can form multiple structures with the right frame.

A twin kidney tray has two trays which are attached to a workers' sides via a shoulder harness and waist strap.

See also

Pottiputki (tool)

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