HotKaps Frost Protection
HotKaps keep out frost, rain, wind and insects – and protect the seedling or tiny plant until it is well rooted in the ground and growing.
HotKaps are wax paper cones, placed over seed or transplanted plants.
Each one is a small hothouse, to speed development as well as protect. HotKaps make for a stronger, healthier plant, larger yields, earlier crops, and higher prices.
Their cost is returned many times in extra profits.
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Extend your growing season by 2 to 4 weeks with The Original Hotkap, the original commercial plant protector.
The Original Hotkaps are the same product that you have used for the last 60+ years. The same original machinery, the same original product – only the owners have changed. The Original Hotkaps have not missed a growing season since the 1930’s. Germanco Commercial growers created Hotkaps to extend their growing season. They then manufactured Hotkaps for commercial growers nationwide. Today, Hotkaps are available, still, to the commercial grower, the hobby gardener, and the patio potter.
Regular Size (Available in Quantities of 20, 100, 250, or 1,000.)
King Size (Available in Quantities of 20, 100, or 500.)
Early frost warnings lose their bite with The Original Hotkaps. Reduce frost risks that damage plants and flowers. Keep your plants healthier with The Original Hotkaps. Protect annuals, bedding plants, and vegetables at a time when plants are most vulnerable. Reduce the effects of frost, rain, birds, and insects. Hotkaps even helps regulate temperature and hold moisture. They are as easy as 1-2-3:
- Easy to Set
- Easy to Adjust
- Easy to Dispose
Hotkaps are are environmentally friendly, individual plant protectors (miniature hot-houses) that protect plants early in the growing season. These wax-paper domes can be re-used if handled with care. Hotkaps can be set in place quickly and easily for emergency protection and extra. Inexpensive Hotkaps should be kept for your last minute needs. Once they are no longer needed, they can be disposed of in a compost.
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