A couple of year ago Ibought these round pads with a little indentation
in the middle where you put the seed and water it
It then expands and encapsulates the seed and it grows from there
any ideas whet they are called and or where i can obtain them from now
as the large diy store no longer sells them
I use the peat pellets every year along with a heating germination pad.
The results are very good. I never tried starting the seeds in potting
or regular garden soil. I get my peat pellets from my local hardware
store or Amazon.
On Apr 23, 2:01 pm, White firstname.lastname@example.org (EVP MAN) wrote:
So would these be recommended more for colder areas with later
Springs? I am in a mild Mediterranean climate, and usually sow right
in the ground, or in those 6-compartment plastic trays that plants
come in at the nursery.
I would start my seeds in the garden if I could but we do have a shorter
growing season than you. I start my plants indoors about 6-8 weeks
before our last frost date. My plants get set in the garden May 15 but
we can still have a few nights of frost. I keep a close eye on the
weather and cover my plants if there is any threat of a frost.
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