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Using Grow Lights and Heat Mats to Germinate Your Seeds and Mature Your Young Plants with Ease

Using Grow Lights and Heat Mats to Germinate Your Seeds and Mature Your Young Plants with Ease

Using Heat Mats and Grow Lights to Make Germinating Seeds and Maturing Young Plants Easy

Ferry~Morse Heat Mat

The Ferry~Morse Heat Mat is safely designed to avoid overheating while maintaining a range of 70-85 degrees — the perfect temperature range for promoting seed germination within your seed starting trays.

What is the heat mat warming exactly? Well it gently warms the soil surrounding your seeds from the bottom-up! The warmth of your soil then encourages your plant to break through its seed coat.

Once your seeds have sprouted, simply turn-off and store your heat mat for future use, then utilize our Grow Light with an easy-to-assemble 11" stand and T5 bulb to promote healthy and strong seedling growth.

Ferry Morse Heat Mat Unpackaged | BACK OF MAT
Ferry Morse Grow Light Assembled with Seedlings Underneath | DOES NOT COME WITH SEEDS OR SEEDLINGS

Ferry~Morse Grow Light

Seedlings tend to grow toward high ceiling fixtures and other far-off light sources. Using our grow light prevents your seedlings from doing this, or becoming too "leggy," because the T5 bulb light is positioned close enough to the seedlings to provide adequate access to light without an over-extension of growth!

The chances of seedlings successfully growing into healthy, strong young plants is increased with the use of indoor grow lights like ours! Why? Simply put, gardeners now have their plants access and exposure to light under complete control. No more struggling to find the window with the best light or worrying if your seedlings got enough sun during a week of overcast skies.

Jiffy Hydro Grow Light with Stand

We proudly carry the Jiffy Hydro Grow Light with Stand!

Gardeners can use this grow light for each stage of their plants growth cycle. With the option of adjusting the stand height anywhere between 1 and 3 feet, gardeners can set the stand at 1' in order to grow strong, healthy seedlings and then adjust the stand between 2-3' as your seedling grows into a young (and eventually mature) plant.

You can also use this stand to light multiple trays at once. **BONUS** This grow light also comes with a timer!

Jiffy Hydro Grow Light Stand which Reaches 1-3 Feet when Assembled | Does not come with the tomato plant or self-watering planter pictured underneath the light

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Comments 5
  • Sookdeo Macoon
    Sookdeo Macoon

    you all are a special inspiriation for someone who woula like to plant a seed/plant watch it grow and bring fort a flower or a fruit. may the young generation come unto you…

  • Prashant

    My light is not working and I just bought it less than two weeks ago… Guys I spent 40 something at home depot for this. I stoned middle schooler can make something more stable than this…🤨

  • Mary Catherine Compean
    Mary Catherine Compean

    I grew up on a farm in Iowas in the 40’s and 50’s We had a huge family (17) and always had a garden. We were too busy with childcare to start seeds indoors. Dad plowed and discked the huge garden and we raked it smooth and sowed seeds. We always had a great yield; Grandma would come to help Mom can. I live in South Texas now. I have a container garden and got a greenhouse last year. The earliest I have planted a garden was Feb 14, sowed seeds right into the buckets. I use about 3/4 bucket of compost; add crushed egg shell and coffee grounds and add potting soil. I found a formula for making my own potting soil online. I also found a great weed killer online. Don’t spray where you want to plant something. It’s 1 gallon vinegar, 1 cup table salt and a little detergent to make the spray stick. DON’T buy Roundup; it causes non Hodgkin’s lymphoma. From a retired nurse. Stay safe, folks.

  • Ferry~Morse Customer Service Team
    Ferry~Morse Customer Service Team


    We sell T5 Bulb replacements for our Grow Light right on this website! Please just search T5 Bulb and it should come right up for you. :)

  • Lorrie

    Where do I purchase replacement bulbs for the tabletop grow light?

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