Posts tagged with: seed starting

Tip #263: Pelleted Seed Part 2

We discussed earlier a couple things about pelleted seeds in tip #85. We’re going to review when you might want to use pelleted seeds and go over some more tips and info to help you decide if it is right […]

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Tip #203: Starting Seeds

This week, we’ll share our spring seeding schedule for when you should get growing for the upcoming season.

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Tip #153: Seed Germination Factors

Seeds have an expiry date as they are living organisms (albeit in a dormant state), waiting for the right conditions to break their dormancy and start germinating and growing.

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Tip #99: Use a Sunbox for Growing Indoors

Make your own sunbox to help plants survive shorter winter days and/or improve seedling germination

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Tip #85: What Is Pelleted Seed?

Small seeds are sometimes encased in an inert material like clay to make planting easier, reduce thinning, and improve germination. Pelleted seed is best used the same year it is purchased.

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Tip #80: Reuse Drycleaning Bags as Humidity Domes

When starting seeds or rooting cuttings, dry cleaning bags can be used to improve and speed up results, which make for stronger healthier plants.

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