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In the meantime, you may want to check out some of these articles:
Which Seed Starting Mix is Best?
Seed starting mix can make or break your seedlings. I tested the top OMRI-listed products & was surprised by the result. Read this to learn which one performed best.
Hoop House Kits
Read this comparison of three hoop house kits from leading online greenhouse vendors … including the one I purchased and have been using for three years.
Soil Block Makers Vs. Paper Pots
Two thrifty and eco-friendly ways to hold the soil when starting seeds indoors are soil blocks and paper pots. Read this comparison of the two methods.
Get Rid of Gnats
A few fungus gnats on vegetable seedlings may seem harmless, but the larvae could be eating the roots. Beneficial nematodes, Neem oil and sticky traps work for getting rid of gnats.
Rain Barrel Downspout Diverters
I’ve been using rain barrel down spout diverterd for many years now. This handy guide shares what I’ve learned and reviews the most popular diverters. You’ll want to see this article before buying one.
Soil Temperature for Transplanting Vegetables
Measure soil temperature with a soil thermometer to decide when to transplant vegetable seedlings. Plant too soon and you could damage your plants.
Winter Sowing Made Better
It’s April 3 (not really, but let’s pretend) and the temperature still drops below 32 degrees at night, but I’m already eating lettuce. The secret is combining winter sown lettuce in a cold frame or hoop house. Want to know how I’m doing it?
Do Rotating Compost Bins Work?
I’ve been using tumbling or rotating compost bins for over 10 years. There are advantages and disadvantages to a tumbler over a compost pile on the ground. This is what I know …