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Started seed planting indoors yesterday. Still have 18" of snow in my yard but I start my seeds indoors to get a jump on our short Alaska growing season...

FrostyJim 8 Mar 24
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I use these Bio Dome seed flats to start my seeds. They use a foam grow plug and after a few weeks I will transplant them into pots with a seedling grow mix.

FrostyJim Level 8 Mar 24, 2020

I do the same thing in Florida, but because I want to et in a crop before the summer heat here burns up the plants.

wordywalt Level 9 Mar 24, 2020

I just ordered my organic seeds from Vesey Seeds this morning, I need them to subsidize what I have saved from last year. This week will be time to plant some tomatoes as they need they most help when you live in a climate like mine, Canada Zone 5.

Surfpirate Level 9 Mar 24, 2020

When you said you started early seed it reminded me of a young deputy who asked if I had any cannabis plants growing. This was in early April several years ago. It was all I could do not to ask him if he was stupid. LOL
Trying to grow anything outdoors, in KY, in early April, is stupid. 🙂

freeofgod Level 8 Mar 24, 2020

You have to wonder if these Huckleberry Hound types even realize where their vegetables come from. He probably thinks that tomatoes just come wrapped in plastic from the supermarket.

What if you had answered "yes"?

@Mooolah I should have. LOL Under five plants in KY they just pull them up. They can write a ticket but I've never heard of that being done. And I've seen a lot of helicopters sit down and pull a lot of plants.


lovely. They look like cupcakes 🙂

freeofgod Level 8 Mar 24, 2020

Very neat, I wish my seed sowing was that tidy and organized.

Fernapple Level 9 Mar 24, 2020

Looks like a good start.

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