Assembling the Growers Supply G48 Light Cart


| 1/20/2009 9:10:00 AM


Tags: seeds, plants, gardens,

The G48 Light Cart i s perfect for nuturing seedlings.

Kate and I have started garden seed in all manner of haphazard fashion over the years. It used to be in cut-off milk cartons on windowsills. We eventually moved to those same containers on a cobbled up light table in the basement … covered with a sheet of plastic. Eventually, it was in our very own greenhouse, but we sold that along with the farm a couple of moves ago. This year, we decided to buy a proper light cart to start our seeds and nurture the seedlings.

The Growers Supply G48 Light Cart Kit is well engineered.

Since we had a window nook in one of our bathrooms, we decided to search for a light cart that would fiG48 instructions and hardware.t the space. Growers Supply has many different styles and sizes of carts, and since they are among the very best out there, we went searching for the best price on their G48 model, which takes up about 9 square feet of floor space in a 3-foot by 3-foot package. The G48 Light Cart has four shelves … each hold a pair of flat-sized trays.  After a bit of searching, we found Robert Crespo’s website … named buyPlantLights.com.

Placing the order online was a breeze and communication with the company was adequate. Growers Supply doesn’t sell to consumers directly, but they do drop ship products such as the G48 Light Cart to consumers on behalf of businesses like buyLightPlants.com.



The Growers Supply Light Cart arrived about a week after we ordered it. Setting up the G48 Light Cart was a joy … I can’t think of the last time I put together such a beautifully engineered product.

Hank Will_2
1/20/2009 3:48:30 PM

Paul -- Based on your awesome trellis design, please design and build your version of the light cart. And post it too! Thanks, Hank


Paul Gardener
1/20/2009 3:45:55 PM

Very cool Hank. I've actually been working on a similar design here at home that I intend to build bery soon. I want to make it easy to disassemble if at all possible so that I can collapse it and store during the off season. Perhaps I'll post on it as an alternative to this option. Good info... Thanks P~






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