Trial by Seed: Seedling transplanting begins! Tomatoes, broccoli, cauliflower and more!

Putting in rows for broccoli and cauliflower transplants

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Soil should be crumbly but not dry. Make sure it’s not too compacted, so the roots of your seedlings can stretch and grow!

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Using our All-Purpose Fertilizer Mix

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Tomato seedlings in the ground, getting their first round of watering on a hot day! The shock of being transplanted can sometimes hurt your seedlings, so be sure to give them plenty of water once they’re in the ground.

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Our trial gardens manager, Jaci, places a few rocks at the bases of her cauliflower, broccoli and tomato seedlings in order to discourage cutworms. You can also use our BioSafe Organic Insect Spray to cutworms and other pests.

AEC_0232 - low

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