Hydroponics Garden Greenhouse Propagation Root Heat Mat

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Germination station with electric heat, humidity control and 72-cell seedling inserts

Provides gentle warmth to the planting bed; controls humidity under 2-inch dome

Humidity dome with dual vent points for optimal airflow

Includes seed starting booster, instructions with growing tips

Watertight base tray measures 11 by 22 inches


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Heated Germination Station seed starting system Offers increased growing success by providing gentle warmth to the planting bed and by controlling the humidity under the dome, much like a greenhouse. 

Hydroponics Garden Greenhouse Propagation Root Heat Mat

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Includes 17 watt, UL listed, waterproof heat mat and 11 inch x 22 inch watertight growing tray with a 72 cell seedling insert and instructions.

Development of custom-propagated material to meet individual needs.

We offer more than 200 different plant varieties to the industries dedicated 

to fulfilling the tissue culture needs of some of the world-renowned growers 

and Companies.


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