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Growing from Seed - GardenWeb
... 2 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Jul 7, 06 at 10:49 Peat pellets, to earth, to chipmunk mouth Posted by: dancegypsy zn7 GA on Fri, Jun 23, ... , last one posted on Wed, Jul 5, 06 at 12:26 paper pots vs peat pots Posted by: veggiepark 6b-7a on Thu, Jun 29, 06 at 20:47 ... , last one posted on Sun, Jul 2, 06 at 10:34 direct seeding or peat pots Posted by: veggiepark pa 7a or 6b on Tue, Jun 27, 06 at ...
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Growing from Seed - GardenWeb
... follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Mar 22, 06 at 14:45 Jiffy 7 peat pellets Posted by: mikta Z4 MT on Wed, Mar 22, 06 at 0:02 2 follow ...
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Get Growing Now: Starting Seeds Indoors
... and dry out too quickly. Non-reusable, commercially available containers - Peat pots are generally small and available in round or square ... which dislike disturbance when transplanted. Simply plant the entire peat pot. Cover the rim with at least 1.27 cm ... and contents to dry out through surface evaporation. Peat pellets are made of compressed peat that expands to seven times its volume when ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Melons
... mid-April or so. Starting Seedlings A couple of sources recommended using peat pellets (of the "Jiffy 7" sort) for starting melon seeds. It is ... exposed or bunged about when the seedlings are transplanted, so the peat pellets seem a good idea. It is also a good idea to ... treatment, and will punish you for it. If you've used peat pellets for your seedlings, just plant the whole pellet. In a deep-dug ...
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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Okra
... joggled about, so it's probably best to start seed in a peat pot or, as with melons, in peat pellets. Start seed about 4 to 5 weeks before the expected transplant date ...
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Growing Cucumbers, Peppers, Squash And Tomatoes In Containers, HYG-1645-94
... the Plants Pepper and tomato seeds can be started indoors in individual pots or in peat pellets as early as mid-March to April. You can also purchase already started plants in ... organic matter. A good mix consists of one part each of potting soil, perlite, sphagnum peat moss and compost. Garden soil should be avoided as it is likely to be infested ...
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Get Growing Gardening Tips - Growing Tomatoes
... . Sow these seeds about 3 mm deep in seed flats or pots or even Jiffey peat pellets. Seeds germinate best at a temperature of around 24oC. When the seedlings have developed 2 ...
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Get Growing Gardening Tips 80- The Origins of Tomatoes
... should be sown about 3 millimetres deep in seed flats or pots or even Jiffey peat pellets. Seeds will germinate best at a temperature of around 24oC. when the seedlings have two ...
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Plant Propagation from Seed
... which reduces the risk of root injury when transplanting. Peat pellets, peat or fiber-based blocks, and expanded foam cubes can also ... peat pellets, when soaked in water, expand to form compact, individual pots. They waste no space, don't fall apart as badly as peat pots, and can be set directly out in the garden. If you wish to avoid transplanting seedlings altogether, compressed peat pellets ...
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The Gardener's Network : Vegetable Gardening: How to Grow Cantaloupe and Melons
... , sow seeds three to four inches apart. Seedlings can be started indoors. We recommend using peat pellets to help to minimize transplant shock. Days to Maturity: Approximately 75 to 90 days, with ...
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