- Product Dimensions: 43.2 x 27.9 x 15.2 cm ; 907 g
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 Kg
- Item model number: MIL-130
- ASIN: B00I08CT4Y
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 7 2014
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MILLIARD Electric Heated Germination Kit
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Gardening is a fun and constructive outdoor hobby when the sun is shining and the air is warm, but when the temperature drops and rainclouds gather, you need The MILLIARD electric heated Germination Kit. Its unique heating system is designed to give your flower or vegetable seedlings a boost by providing gentle warmth and maintaining the humidity they need when growing indoors. The rigid growing tray is manufactured with high-quality plastics sealed around internal heating coils to maximize durability and water-tightness while minimizing the complexity of setup. Just plant your seeds with some soil in the seedling insert, cover them in the heating tray with the included humidity dome, and plug it in. The mini-greenhouse will do the rest! Heat is automatically regulated to operate between 10°-20°F above ambient room temperature, creating the perfect propagating environment for your seeds grow all year long. The MILLIARD electric heated Germination Kit has been carefully manufactured w
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Second- There was no need for the heated portion of this, so I feel like my money went to waste. The heater over heats the entire kit, shooting the humidity and temperature to 100%/99 degrees. No bueno. Works just fine (minus the no drain holes) without the heater plugged in. Might as well spend your money on one that does not have a heater.
One thing to not is that this is smaller than standard germination trays so they won't fit, but it is exactly as described so they aren't trying to deceive.