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Digital Subscriptions > Kitchen Garden Magazine > 267 - December 2019 > MAKE YOUR OWN HEATED PROPAGATOR

MAKE YOUR OWN HEATED PROPAGATOR

Get your seeds and seedlings off to a great start next spring with this DIY propagation unit. Joyce Russell shows you just how easy it is to make Pictures: Ben Russell

STEP BY STEP

Alarge heated propagation unit is really useful for raising plants from seed in a protected environment.The taller the unit is, the bigger plants can be allowed to grow before they are hardened off and moved out.This is particularly useful in a cold spring when tender young plants like aubergines, tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers may need to wait a while longer before they are transplanted out into cooler conditions.

It’s easy to make your own propagation unit. The one shown here can be placed on a bench or directly on the ground in a greenhouse. You can add a leg at each corner to raise it up if you don’t have a suitable bench – fix lengths of copper pipe for legs if you have a persistent slug and snail problem.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine! In this issue: SPUD LOVE ✪ Gardening expert Rob Smith has some great top tips for growing tasty spuds. EDIBLE EDGES ✪ Ben Vanheems encourages us to use walls and fences to pack in more produce. SUCCEED WITH CAULIFLOWERS ✪ KG editor Steve Ott reveals his top tips for cracking curds And much more!