Citrus Trees

Soil Heating


Anonymous added on January 24, 2014 | Answered

I have a question concerning soil temperature. I have moved my citrus trees indoors for the winter. (zone 7) I am trying to find a way to keep the soil temperature warm. My basement, where the trees are kept, is about 55 degrees. I have grow lights for light, but the soil temp is the concern.


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Nikki
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Answered on January 24, 2014

They sell special heating mats for starting seedlings or you can try using a heating blanket. Just be careful with a heating blanket, as it may get too warm. Keep it on its lowest setting and put a towel between the heating blanket and the pot.

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