Veg gardening from seed

This article, from local newspaper, seems very sensible.
How a towel and colander can transform your garden
www.smdp.com/how-a-towel-and-colander-can-transform-y...Proxy Highlight 22 hours ago ... Ken Hansen from the Santa Monica Community Gardens presents a new gardening method with a towel and colander. ...
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On 7/3/2016 4:30 AM, Hypatia Nachshon wrote:

Strip away the "...Proxy" from the URI.
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On 03/07/16 12:30, Hypatia Nachshon wrote:

Interesting article. But unless the sowing is done on an essentially sterile surface, how does he differentiate between wanted plants and weed seedlings? That's why, conventionally, sowing is done in monoculture strips, for thinning later. It is easy to distinguish between the wanted plants and the weeds.
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Jeff Layman wrote: ...

in my established gardens there are only a few kinds of weed seeds and not very many of those if i keep them up.
it really isn't hard to distinguish a wanted plant from the weeds, especially after you've grown them to know what they look like as seedlings.
p.s. thanks for reminder, i need to thin the beets... :)
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