Seedling Heat Mat
Whether you're propagating your house plants -- or getting a jump start on your garden -- a seedling heat mat will help to make your seed starting a success.
Why use a heating mat? Warm temperatures -- along with moisture and light -- provide optimum conditions for germination. A seedling heating mat, also called a germination mat, will keep the soil around 70°F/21°C -- ideal for coaxing those tiny seeds to sprout.
Seedling Heat Mat
A Seedling Heat Mat
speeds germination and stimulates root growth. And, you'll love this -- complete instructions and growing tips are printed right
on the mat so you can't lose them. All sizes have a 6-ft power cord.
More sizes are available:
- 9" x 19-1/2" Mat holds a standard seed flat
- 20" x 20" Mat holds 2 flats
- 48" x 20" Mat holds 4 flats
Hydrofarm Hot House with Heat Mat
Ready to get growing? The Hothouse with Heat Mat
gets your seeds off to a quick and healthy start.
Shed Some Light
Give your seedlings sufficient light for strong, healthy growth.
Seedlings that are given warmth from a heat mat may become spindly if they don't get enough light. You'll get best results with an indoor grow light.
This new value-added unit includes:
- 72 seed-starting coco plugs for quick, easy starts without the fuss and mess of dealing with dirt
- 11 x 22 inch watertight base tray, tall dome provides better humidity control for optimum growth for starting seeds or cuttings
- 17 watt, waterproof heat mat
- Plus all the how-tos for getting started -- with growing tips, and a seed starting booster for sure-fire success.
Heat Mat Thermostat
You're in control with the Thermostat for Heat Mats.
This heat mat thermostat is compatible with all heat mats and is an optional accessory for Hydrofarm Seedling Heat Mats.
Easily adjustable thermostat ensures even temperature of heat mats in colder or warmer than normal environments.
Easy-to-use plug-in operation with illuminated indicator light and safe, 3-prong ground plug.
Any plant that blooms eventually produces seeds, and seeds are how many plants propagate naturally in their native habitats.
However, because indoor plants aren't pollinated, their seeds may not germinate. And seeds produced from hybrids may not grow to the same quality as the parent plant.
Conclusion? You'll likely be disappointed if you try to propagate seeds collected from your indoor plants. It's much better to buy high-quality seeds from a reputable nursery.