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Hey Gary - seedlings started #7819060
03/12/23 02:10 PM
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24 eggplant, 24 bell peppers, and a couple dozen Roma tomatoes.
That little $25 LED starting kit back in ops again. This is a nice kit for the price. Worked very well last couple years.
Jim

Did you find something for your garden starts??

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Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819099
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Looks good! Where did you find that?

Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819115
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There are lots of kits available online, different configurations and pricing of course.
I canít recall where we got this one but was easy to clean up and reuse.
This one needed two usb power outlets so we bought a double outlet plug in and it powers all 6 units lighting with only outlet source.
Jim

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Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819163
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Looks like this one.

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Even cheaper now.
Or crappy knockoff, lol

Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819296
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Yes, we got a 4' LED shop light at Walmart and it's doing well.


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Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819305
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Originally Posted by jabNE
24 eggplant, 24 bell peppers, and a couple dozen Roma tomatoes.
That little $25 LED starting kit back in ops again. This is a nice kit for the price. Worked very well last couple years.
Jim

Did you find something for your garden starts??

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Do you have a problem with the plants getting too tall in those. Thank you for the reply.

Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819404
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When they get that tall I remove the lids. Transplanting them to a little bigger container at that point and after a few weeks in those they are ready for the ground.


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Re: Hey Gary - seedlings started [Re: jabNE] #7819451
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Originally Posted by jabNE
When they get that tall I remove the lids. Transplanting them to a little bigger container at that point and after a few weeks in those they are ready for the ground.

Looks like your done with your winter projects Jim...like trapping. Hope your doing well and good luck with the garden. I tried a garden where I live but way too many walnut trees around to really have a good garden. Spring is just around the corner.


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