When deciding where to place your electric heated propagator follow the advice below.
Most seeds need some light, so placing your propagator in a sunny spot is ideal, but it is important that you don’t place your propagator in full sun where the seedlings can dry out too quickly, become scorched or grow too leggy. This is a common mistake. If you are placing your heated propagator in a greenhouse or polytunnel consider how much sun each side receives and place your propagator accordingly.
Try to avoid draughty areas because draughts will make your propagator have to work harder, using more electricity to increase the temperature after every blast of cold air.
If possible you should hang your propagator’s thermostat, some have hanging loops.
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