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Sinowell Seedling Heat Mat (10″ x 20.5″)

Temperature is an important aspect of the germination process. This heat mat can be used to provide a boost of heat to help ensure more succesful germination.

This can be especially useful in colder seasons or when the environmental temperature is on the lower side. This product can also help when working with clones.

Specifications/Features

  • Durable construction
  • Waterproof and easy to clean
  • Can be placed under a seedling tray

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