- UL-listed waterproof heat mat, 17 Watts, 120 Volt, 8.875" x 19.5"
- 2" humidity dome
- 11" x 22" watertight base tray
- 72-cell seedling insert
Gardening: Microgreens for indoor gardensMarch 9, 2018 - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Often grains such as barley, oat, wheat grass or even sunflowers are grown in trays that contain no soil or media. When growing microgreens in this manner, line the seedling tray with two or three layers of damp paper towel. Spread the soaked seeds...
Allsup: An easy start to spring vegetablesFebruary 24, 2018 - Bloomington Pantagraph
Choose seeds, and read the germination requirements on the back of the package to determine seeding schedule for all garden plants. Some seeds germinate faster than other seeds. This information is crucial when timing your plants to be ready for the...
Planting Seed Trays for Your Winter Garden
Subscribe to our new Food Farmer Earth channel on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/foodfarmerearth?sub_confirmation=1 You may be sitting in a heat wave right now, but it's time to start...
How to germinate seeds using seedling trays
GreenMyLife team explains the right method for germinating seeds in seedling trays in a quick video. You can buy seedling trays at www.greenmylife.in.
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Faces of Local FoodSweetgrass Books. 2018
Charlotte Caldwell's newest release, The Faces of Local Food: Celebrating the People Who Feed Us, is a collection of personal vignettes giving readers an intimate perspective into the lives of those people who contribute to a vibrant local food system. We step out of the grocery store to join fishermen, farmers, and ranchers on their boats and in their fields; into the kitchens of innovative chefs; into the warehouse of a local food hub; and we meet with other meaningful contributors and visionaries to hear their stories - their histories, motivations, experiences, challenges, and insights.
The understanding gained from The Faces of Local Food will foster a paradigm shift in the way we consumers understand and value our local food producers, and will inspire us to buy local - supporting...
Understanding Invasive Species in the Galapagos IslandsSpringer. 2018
This book investigates the introduction of invasive species and their behavior in oceanic islands. How can we define invasive species? What is their history? How did they come to dominate and transform ecosystems? These are relevant questions when trying to understand the behavior of invasive species—primarily in fragile ecosystems such as islands—and to understand the biological, ecological, social and economic impacts of invasions. We chose the Galapagos Islands, a place well-known to be unique in the study of evolution, as a laboratory to analyze the interactions between invasive and endemic species, to understand the makeup of the ecosystems emerging after invasions have occurred, to describe the relationships of invasives with the people that live in these islands, and to try to...