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BOTTOM HEAT: Under Seedlings

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by Robert M. Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

Posted by Sys Admin about 3 years ago.

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Fine plastic tubes through which warm water circulates are arranged under the growing area and connected to the water heater; temperature is thermostatically controlled with a probe buried in the bark in a tray; greatly improves root growth of phalaenopsis seedlings. Wl1-164
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