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Seed Starting Heat Mat

Regular Price: $68.99

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Itís fun and satisfying to start your own flower and vegetable seedlings with this seed starting heat mat. You can save money, grow plants that you might not be able to find at garden centers, and reap the pleasure of seeing your seeds germinate and grow. Electric Seed Propagation Mat provides an environment that makes growing seedling faster and more reliable.

Gro-Mat is an energy efficient and heavy-duty source of uniform, gentle radiant heat. This bottom heat mat maximizes germination and root growth.

By using this seed starting mat, you can save money by growing your own food from seeds, instead of purchasing seedlings from a nursery.

You can use it indoors, in a greenhouse, outside, or on a porch. It works in basements and apartments. Sow your seeds in pots or flats and place the on the waterproof Seed Starting Heat Mat. You can also use the mat for root cuttings.

The Gro-Mat measures 22 1/4 inches long by 15 1/4 inches wide by 2 inches thick and weighs 6 pounds. If you're wanting something a little bigger, check out our Large Seed Starting Heat Mat.

Seed Starting Heat Mat Features:

  • Measures: 22 1/4" L x 15 1/4" W x 2" H
  • Reduces plant damage by providing uniform heat and air circulation
  • Thermostatically controlled
  • Can be used for seed germination and root cuttings
  • Energy efficient
  • Helps save money, instead of purchasing seedlings
  • Can be used indoors or outdoors
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