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Jump Start CK64060 Hot House with Heat Mat, Tray, 72 Cell insert, 7.5 Inch Dome
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- 7" dome for growing bigger and taller starts
- Increases germination success
- Better humidity control for optimum growth
- 17 watts, 120 volt
- 11" x 22" watertight base tray
- 72-cell seedling insert
- Instructions with growing tips
- Seedling Heat Mat is UL Listed
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This hot house with UL-listed waterproof heated mat is ideal to cradle your fragile clippings and seedlings in protective warmth. Get started quickly with your own growing media and plugs or purchase them separately for a complete system setup. The hot house heat mat never gets too hot that it'll scorch your plants and even comes with instructions printed right on the mat. Plug in and feel the heat!
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The hothouse does a great job of keeping the soil moist, so it is not necessary to water too often. The hothouse is somewhat fragile, but is sturdy enough.
The mat heats well, and does not generate 'off-odors' when heating. At night, the window greenhouse does cool. I live in Idaho, where the nighttime temperature this season has dropped into the 20s. So, the mat was not able to maintain the set temperature, but it remained within 10 degrees of the set temperature. I did try moving the hot house-mat-thermostat combo to a warmer location for one night, and the set temperature was maintained. I choose to leave the hothouse in the window greenhouse for convenience. Considering the observed germination times, the seeds were not adversely affected by the temperature fluctuation.
This product works, and is an efficient method for seed germination! I'm very happy with the purchase.
I did a test run on mine for 48 hours and found my inside temperature at only about 72 degrees. You need 80. I then put it on a towel on a glass table and I put a big towel over the plastic top and tried the temperature again for 24 hours. 78-85 degrees. Perfect.
Your ambient room temperature should be around 68-70 degrees.
All of my seeds came up in six days. My cantaloupe and zucchini are already so big that I need to transplant them. In six days!
Also, spend a dollar on one of the Walmart thermometers with a suction cup. Stick it on the inside of the plastic top so you know what your temp is.
Don't hesitate to get one of these for your seeds. But they should say something about towels over the top to help get the right temps.