Erin provided a wonderful class on starting your seeds. Here is a great review to help people start their seeds. April is a great time to get seeds moving for Santa Fe’s estimated May 15 last frost date.
Last Saturday I gave a public class on Seed Starting at Earth Care community garden. It went well and was well attended but made me realize a few things…..One was that a little re-cap may be useful, as people tend to have the same questions and quandaries about starting seeds indoors.
Seed Selection– Save your own, Trade, Share, Swap…If you are to buy seed go for heirlooms, locally appropriate and organic. If you would like to start your own seed saving collection, open pollinated varieties are what you need. Avoid hybrids (for seed saving) and GMOs at all cost! Sources I recommend:
to name a few
Containers and Soil– There are of course so many choices, so I encourage you to use what you have and find what you like. My favorite are wooden flats so here…
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