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We start our summer seedlings early using this underheater that Mark made out of an old waterbed heater. It has a thermostat so that we can keep it at a constant 30c temperature. This way we can germinate tomatoes, basil, capsicum, and eggplant and have them up and ready to plant out as soon as the earth warms up and the threat of frosts is over.
Here you can see tomato seedlings, brandywine have germinated. They will be taken down to the potting shed to be potted up in a few days time. They will be potted up maybe 2 more times before they are actually ready to plant out.