Over the last couple of days I have transplanted 321 seedlings and
planted 36 tomato seeds.
I planted 66 beet seeds and 64 germinated with 140 plants. The other
plants are Granex onions, Red Burgundy onions, shallots, spinach, and
chard. I still have to start the remaining tomatoes, eggplant,
peppers and start on lettuces and herbs.
And we got about 2" of snow yesterday.
Surely, you're doing this indoors. Even in 9B, there's still more
than a month of frost threat. "Transplanted" would be "potting up" to
Last night, I counted 131 germinated seeds from my tomato plantings -
in my barn, on a heatmat. I seeded another tray with hot peppers,
eggplant, okra, some summer squashes, etc and moved that to the heated
mat. (both of these were under humidity domes).
I need to prep my larger outdoor seedling trays (wooden affairs with
weed barrier and hardware cloth on the bottom and a screened cover to
protect seedlings from birds) and plant beans in a month or so.
You haven't planted enough beets <g>
I've got >100 pea plants (mostly sugar snap type), and several trays
of germinated lettuce already - all of that is outdoors. No snow
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