by Nicki Odom TheBohodiaries.com
March 6, 2022
These seed starter kits are the best and have served us well for the past two years.
For starting seeds, you want to place then in a warm spot but not in direct sunlight.
If you are in a cold climate location, or don't like the option of keeping them inside, consider a plant heating pad!
Over time, as the seeds germinate, some will burst growth and need a larger space for roots. I use solo cups as a transition from small space to garden.
Water with just a spray bottle as you don't want to over water and wash the seeds out.
Set the trays in the shade for a few days, then move them where they’ll gradually get a little more sunlight each day. They should be acclimated to the stronger light within a week.
From Nicki Odom