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 Using Mulches
Mulch's are organic material's that are layered on top of garden beds, around trees, shrubs, and other plants. There are a number of types available with different characteristics. They are readily available in bags or bulk delivered, are inexpensive
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 A Brief Intro to Composting
Types of Composting The first question many beginners ask is 'What is the best bin?' The first question should be, 'What do you want to do?' Look at what materials you want to get rid of or have access to, and how much compost you want or need
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 My Stupidest Gardening Mistake - or- We Were Once All Newbies
I stole this thread from the perennials forum. We need to remember that everyone makes mistakes. Enjoy - chrisMD. My Stupidest Garden Mistake...... Posted by NymphaeaRosa Z5/6 NJ (My Page) on Sat, Feb 9, 02 at 1:30 I'm an 'intermediate'
  Frequently Asked Question  -   Found at:   Mid-Atlantic Gardening Forum FAQ Directory

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 Planting Trees and Shrubs
This most excellent information is provide by one of our members- Cathy, screen name AZTreelvr. Cathy is an expert here in Arizona and has created this faq to help people understand how to determine where to plant and how to plant and care for newly
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 Some Little-Known Plants for Fall Gardens
Thanks to ChrisMD on the MidAtlantic Gardening forum for saving this great thread mentioning a range of lesser-known plants for fall color. * Posted by david_5311 Z 5b/6a SE Mich on Fri, Sep 13, 02 at 8:39 I love fall in the garden, the aster
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 Heating Mats
       • Posted by: susandonb on Sun, Feb 17, 08 at 18:37
              • 51 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Apr 5, 13 at 14:58
Hello, Well, we are about finished building the greenhouse, just a couple more things to do before we are ready to start seeds. QUESTION: I have been pricing seed mats for those seeds which need warmer soil to germ. As we are pinching penn
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 Any opinions about using a heat mat with cuttings?
       • Posted by: bonechickchris 7A/6B NJ 08731 on Sun, Mar 6, 11 at 16:49
              • 32 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jul 22, 14 at 7:23
Hello everyone! I was wondering if any of you had any opinions on using a heat mat to get cuttings to root? Would using a heat mat help my bagged cuttings to root faster? Some of my cuttings have been just doing nothing for a while now. I
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 possible to root a cutting without heat mat?
       • Posted by: thais_lex 9 on Sun, Apr 6, 14 at 14:52
              • 30 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, May 11, 14 at 16:50
Hello :) I just received a pre-callused cutting from a friend and I'm planning to attempt to bag-root it. I do not plan to root cuttings often enough to feel the need to buy a heat mat, is there any other way I can help my cutting along? what
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 Heating Mats
       • Posted by: MsPeppaJo 7a on Thu, Jan 2, 14 at 19:15
              • 24 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Mar 6, 14 at 14:35
I am looking for an inexpensive but efficient heating mat...any ideas? Follow-Up Postings: RE: Heating Mats Posted by: Return to the Hot Pepper Forum | Post a Follow-Up Heating Mats Posted by MsPeppaJo 7
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 heating pads
       • Posted by: tsheets 5 on Tue, Jan 19, 10 at 14:06
              • 43 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jan 10, 14 at 19:58
Hi all, I was thinking of using a heating pad this year when starting seeds / through the young plant stage. My space is in the basement, and a bit cool (upper 60's / low 70's). Everything went well last year, but, germination took a long
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 Heating Pad or Seed Warming Mat?
       • Posted by: almax881 z8 - Louisiana on Thu, Feb 5, 09 at 11:23
              • 20 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Feb 1, 13 at 9:48
I am thinking about getting something to help the germinations of some lavender seeds. Other posts have suggested to get a seed warming mat. They are relatively pricey though. Could I use a regular old heating pad from a box store instead?
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 No Heat Mats
       • Posted by: hummersteve Indy on Thu, Jan 25, 07 at 21:03
              • 17 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Feb 19, 08 at 0:25
Well guys, I have checked with WM, HD, and Lowes and they all say all their stock is in and they no longer carry the heat mats. I guess the ony alternative is ordering online. I feel like this will help me on some of the seeds I have. Although low
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 heat mat THERMOSTATS
       • Posted by: t-bob west wa on Wed, Jan 15, 14 at 12:39
              • 17 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jan 18, 14 at 10:57
Hi folks, since I ended up having to buy most of my starts this past summer, I decided I really need to buy a thermostat for my heat mat.....I see one--- HydroFarm MPTRTC-----has anyone used this particular thermostat? what is your opinion of i
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 Beginner's questions regarding heat mat
       • Posted by: zaphod42 SE WI 5 on Sat, Feb 18, 12 at 9:31
              • 15 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Mar 19, 13 at 16:17
I am going to try starting some plants from seed inside for the first time this spring. I'm good with the info I've found on light set-up, but am still a bit in the dark regarding the additional heat. My basement hovers around 60 degrees. I pur
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 Here's my silly question about heat mat alternatives!
       • Posted by: ecaesia Vic Aust Z5(CA on Thu, Jun 2, 05 at 11:54
              • 18 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Feb 18, 10 at 19:44
Hi there! Heat mats are great - but they don't go to far in terms of holding many without getting on the expensive side - now...would an old car back window demister(defroster)connected to a car battery generate a little bottom heat, enough that
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Growing under Lights Forum

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 Newbie: Low temps and heat mats
       • Posted by: gwenvet IN on Fri, Jan 4, 13 at 17:04
              • 13 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jan 22, 13 at 23:04
Hello fellow AV lovers. I'm new here and don't have an AV society less than an hour's drive away, so I go online for all my info and I've read the AV book by Stork. 20 years ago I had a handful of AV's and had great success with them in my lab
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 Newbie question...alternatives to heating mats for starting seed
       • Posted by: prachi 6b (NJ) on Mon, Jan 7, 13 at 16:38
              • 12 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jan 29, 13 at 10:25
Hi... so I am starting seeds for the first time (I've always purchased transplants from local nursery). I understand that I need to heat the soil. I didn't want to invest in a seed mat (I am a bit skeptical about being able to get these succes
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 heat mat necessary indoors?
       • Posted by: badmajon none on Tue, Feb 19, 13 at 5:18
              • 11 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Feb 25, 13 at 15:27
Hello, I was wondering if it is necessary to use a heat mat if the seeds will be starting in a indoor room that is always in the low 70s? I am growing tomoatoes, peppers, okra, squash etc (summer season veg). I was going to put it in the gara
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Growing from Seed Forum

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 Bulk source for seedling heat mats?
       • Posted by: Slimy_Okra 2B on Sun, Oct 20, 13 at 15:20
              • 10 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Oct 25, 13 at 13:45
I'm wondering if there is a bulk source for large heating mats, the kind that accommodate four flats each. I can get them individually at $50 each. Follow-Up Postings: Return to the Market Gardener Forum | Post a Follow
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 Types of heating mats and pads??
       • Posted by: garden_n_mom 7-8 on Tue, Feb 19, 08 at 18:51
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Oct 10, 08 at 12:40
I was wondering if anyone has ever used a heating pad or a water bed mat as a bottom heat source for propagating and germintaing? I have a heat pad with 3 temp settings, you know the kind for sore backs. I also have 2 water bed heating pads t
  Forum Message  -   Found at:   Plant Propagation Forum

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