Viewing post #834693 by joseph

You are viewing a single post made by joseph in the thread called Piggy Swap # 26 Let the Sowing Begin.
Feb 25, 2012 11:36 PM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity

I planted my first flat of 73 sweet peppers today. It's the first production planting for the season. I've already planted some seeds outdoors, but they were frost tolerant breeding programs, so they may or may not germinate. It's still 12 weeks before my last expected spring frost.

I'm 4 days late with the planting, but I built shelves to host them, and my potting soil was frozen, etc. I made paper pots that are round, so that I can transplant them while standing up by use of my stick seeder: I invented the seeder last winter and used it all summer last year. It works great for seeds, and for onions, and for transplants, but I have to make special pots. I could use jiffy-pots, or round peat pots, but I feel like they interfere with the growth of the plant so I don't like to use them.

Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: Lofthouse

« Return to the thread "Piggy Swap # 26 Let the Sowing Begin"
« Return to Cottage Gardening forum
« Return to the Ella's Garden cubit homepage

Ella's Garden

Ella's Garden isn't just about gardening. We're a diverse community of individuals, coming together to enrich the personal, business, hobbies, lifestyles, and horizons of all community members. You'll find forums for shopping & selling too!

» Home
» Forums
» Articles
» Database

Cubit owner: starlight1153

Admin team:

» Contact the admins

Plant of the Week

Want to learn more? Click on the picture.

(Please remember to be polite and avoid heated conversations about controversial subjects.)