Seedling Heating Mat (One Flat Size) - GP967

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Increase your success with seed germination, seedlings and cuttings by warming the root area up to 10-20°F over the ambient temperature using heat mats. Available in sizes to accommodate one, two or four planting flats. Light, watering and planting information printed on mat. Waterproof construction, 6' power cord, UL listed. The One Flat Size Mat is 9 x 19.5. Check out the Two Flat and the Four Flat sizes as well.

  • Item Model Number: GP967
  • Shipping Dimensions: 20.5 x 9.25 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

Customer Reviews

Speedy Germination

Heat mats really sped up and improve my germination. The construction of the mat is quality and doesn't feel chinzy at all. I've used it for two seasons now and I often get germination after only three days. Dramatically improved the germination rates of peppers and tomatoes, which I've done with and without a heat mat. In the off season the mat works great for rising bread dough!

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