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Re: Seedlings & other theories

In a message dated 3/20/99 3:18:09 PM Eastern Standard Time, Marekmohr@aol.com

<<  if so, i have a
 friend who surrounded his plant stand on 3 sides with relective/foiled
 cardboard...increased light and temp... >>

I have converted one of my husbands workbenches into a potting bench. Screwed
lights under the top shelf, put dowel pegs at 2" intervals down the legs so
the shelf is adjustable, and covered the back and two sides with this rolled
foiled insulation from Home Depot. I'm sure it can be purchased about
anywhere, has end tabs so it can be stapled to the wood frame, and duct tape
was used to connect two pieces together to cover the height of the base.
Works Great!

Lori Johnson
Buff., NY
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