Give your seeds the best possible start with the professional Vitopod Heated Propagator.
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The Vitopod is available in two length options and with three height options:
- 50w Single Height - L56cm x W55cm x H24cm: £150
- 50w Double Height - L56cm x W55cm x H39cm: £170
- 50w Triple Height - L56cm x W55cm x H55cm: £205
- 100w Single Height - L111cm x W58cm x H24cm: £175
- 100w Double Height - L111cm x W58cm x H39cm: £205
- 100w Triple Height - L111cm x W58cm x H55cm: £245
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Why Choose The Vitopod:
Award-winning propagator - the Vitopod propagator is renowned as the most advanced propagator available. It has won many awards including the BBC Gardener's World Best Buy award and Grow Your Own magazine Most Innovative Product award.
Precise Control - the propagator thermostat can be set to any 1°C and with a range of 5°C to 30°C using the thermostat. The heat is delivered evenly throughout the base with no hot spots and cold spots and the temperature sensor triggers more or less heat depending on the sensor reading.
Large vents - for humidity control, so your plants don't dampen-off
Height adjustable - the Vitopod can be bought as a single, double or triple height, or you can order height extensions at any time. Each extension is 15cm tall, so you can protect plants for longer and can overwinter without heating your greenhouse
If you want to really treat a loved, yourself or your plants upgrade to the Ultimate in Propagation Vitopod Propagator with Light Support Kit.
By no means essential, but jolly nice to have!
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Standard Heated Vitopod Propagators: 50 watts
Standard, Single Height - L56cm x W55cm x H24cm
*Our Standard Vitopod fits 6 half size seed trays or 18 seed pots.
The Vitopod electric propagator delivers better germination rates, more effective over-wintering and hassle-free hardening-off of young plants. It was designed by botanists and plant geneticists and is used by many commercial nurseries as well as amateur gardeners because the benefits are based on science.
Precision temperature control
The temperature of the Vitopod is accurate to within 1C and it can be set between 5°C and 30°C. This means you can provide the temperature required by the plants whether they are the most popular veg plants, heirloom varieties, super-hot chillies or exotic decoratives.
The Vitopod propagator sensor and heater mat are always working together to keep the plants at the right temperature. When the sensor registers that the temperature has dropped below the set temperature it gently turns up the power to increase the heat without shocking the plants. When the sensor registers the temperature has increased above the set temperature it turns the heat off.
This precision, stable temperature control results in higher germination rates, faster growth and stronger healthier plants.
The Vitopod delivers its heat evenly throughout the base so every seed tray receives the same level of heat. Other propagators have a heating cable in the base which results in hot spots on top of the cable and cold spots in the parts between the heating cable. The Vitopod's even heat is achieved because the heating elements are tightly packed together.
No hot or cold spots in the base means that the propgation success rate is higher because all of the seedlings or cuttings receive the correct temperature.
The humidity vents in the Vitopod proagator lids and sides allow for much greater humidity control. Humidity control is crucial in a propagator. Humidity levels inside a heated propagator can get very high with high levels of condensattion inside the propagator leading to seeds, young plants and cuttings rotting. This is especially a problem at higher propagation temperatures.
By opening the large vents in the Vitopod propagator gardeners can lower the humidity in the propagator quickly without having to remove the whole lid which would waste electricity and potentially expose the plants to too much cold.
You can be confident that the Vitopod provides the perfect environment for propagating seeds, cuttings and over-wintering plants.
Heated propagators are especially useful for growing vegetables because they enable gardeners to start seeds before the air temperature has reached the temperature required by the seeds and this means plants can get off to a head start. This is especially useful if growing vegetables as seeds started earlier can be harvested sooner in the season and harvested for longer – resulting in bigger harvests.
In the past many gardeners started seeds in a heated greenhouse or on a heated bench, but with rising electricity costs this isn’t feasible anymore. A heated bench is useful, but the warmth quickly dissipates so the heater is working constantly, whereas a heated propagator has sides and a lid which retain the heat.
The maximum Mainland UK Delivery charge is £4.95
98% of our orders are delivered 2 workings days after the order is placed.
When your order is dispatched you will receive an email confirming the delivery date and a one hour delivery time slot (except for FeederMats, Nutrigrow replenishments, vouchers and seeds which are sent by Royal Mail)
UK Mainland Standard Delivery: £4.95*
UK Mainland Replenishment Delivery (FeederMats, Nutrigrow refills): £2.95*
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