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Re: Bottom heat

Hi Joe,

I have used controlled bottom heat for germinating, but used to have great success sitting trays of cuttings on top of a shelf over fluorescent lights.  Seems the heat from the lights was very beneficial.


"Joe-jowilmajo.com" <jowilmajo@YAHOO.COM> wrote:
Commercially I only used Bottom heat for for
germinating. But if the heat is real low it provides a
more even temperature.

There are now some growers that heat their potted
crops with rubber tubing on the surface of the bench
with heated water circulated through the tubing.



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