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Heat2O

Under-bench hydronic heat provides efficient control of soil temperatures. Hot water circulates through “waved” aluminum fins to create a radiant heat canopy that envelops the soil, roots and foliage of your crop, promoting healthier plants and increased yields. Customize by bench or zone to meet your growing needs. Heat2O is manufactured in the USA and includes under-bench, on-bench, ground and floor heat.

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Inside Grower February 2024 Page: 32 - Reader Service number: 224
Stuppy Greenhouse
PO BOX 12456
NORTH KANSAS CITY, MO
US
641160456
www.stuppy.com/

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