Tomato seeds are up

I can't believe how late I got them planted this year. Peppers and eggplants haven't come up yet, but the tomatoes are more important.
I usually start them too early.
The ground it still cold. Weeds are just starting to come up good.
Bob
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Alfalfa initially gives off heat as it breaks down and you might what to put a plastic skirt around your starts (cover the edeges with dirt or compost) for some extra heat.

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Billy wrote:

Sorry, I wasn't clear. The tomatoes and stuff are in the house under lights. The only thing I have outside right now is the onion seedlings.
Bob
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wrote:

Oh....nevermind....that was gonna be my question to you.
I also waited longer this year to start peppers and tomatoes and eggplants...I waited till the first part of april, though I wish I would have started the peppers & eggplants several weeks earlier.
Heh heh, the first year I started tomatoes I did it the end of Feb and needed an auger to plant the dang things! ;-)
I'm northern MO, zone5/4. Last average frost date 5/10, but tonite is supposed to hit 36 with patchy frost.......grrrrrrrr. I'm friggin' glad I've been lackadaisical with my planting this year.
Charlie
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