Keep Your Seedlings Flourishing With The Stewart Medium Heated Propagator
- Clear rigid cover with adjustable ventilation
- Maintains an ideal growing temperature between 18 – 23 degrees
- Creates a warm environment for seedlings
- Gives growers precise control of growing conditions for seeds and cuttings
The Stewart Medium Heated Propagator is a sealed heating unit, featuring insulation beneath the carbon heating mat. It’ll keep a constant temperature to ensure your plants are able to grow their best.
What is the Stewart Propagator used for?
This sealed heating unit propagators are fantastic for starting cuttings and seedlings off in the correct way. When initially starting to grow its important that you provide the best possible climate for your plants. Using a propagator will help you to achieve this. Likewise, this particular propagator features a clear and rigid cover with adjustable ventilation to make it easier for you to inspect plants. It’s sealed heating unit below the carbon heating mat utilises a 22-watt heater, which surprisingly uses less power than an ordinary light bulb.
How to use the Stewart Propagator?
Included within the box is an instruction manual to help you put the system together. To germinate seeds in a propagator you’ll need plenty of heat, light and water. You’ll want to place your propagator ideally in the window. However, not in direct sunlight. It’s important that you keep the compost moist at all times, so you’ll need to monitor the system daily. This system will maintain the ideal growing temperature between 18-23 degrees. Although, you may want to use a soil thermometer to measure the temperature of your soil. For the best results, we recommend that you check the optimum temperature regularly. You may find that the system works best when turned on at night, when temperatures are cooler, rather than being kept on during the day time.