another use for the incubator

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  1. mommagoose_99

    mommagoose_99 Well-Known Member

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    Last year I started the more difficult seeds , peppers and tomatoes on top of my wooden incubator. While the chicken and goose eggs were incubating my seeds sprouted. I saved a little money doing double duty :) . As soon as they sprouted I moved them under grow lights.
    Linda
     
  2. RoseGarden

    RoseGarden Well-Known Member

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    Excellent idea, I would never have thought of it! Good for you!
     

  3. suburbanite

    suburbanite Well-Known Member

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    That's really clever. :)
     
  4. WolfWalksSoftly

    WolfWalksSoftly Level II -Inappropriate

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    We have two of the old kerosene type wooden incubators.
    One has the logo repainted and a fresh coat of varnish, and is now used as a TV stand and storage compartment for DVD's.