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Learn when to start your seedlings in zones 5 and 6. A Zone 5/6 Seed Starting Schedule can start as early as January with lettuce & other greens. March & April are the months for starting most of your crops! Click on this pin to find our schedule for starting seedlings for your garden in zones 5 and 6.

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Seed Starting Success Tips

Get the most success out of seed starting efforts. Following these tips will help ensure a robust start to your garden project.

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Planning Your Vegetable Garden: Seed Starting Schedule

When is the best time to start seeds? Start some seeds too soon and you will end up with lanky plants under the lights. Too late and the plants will be too weak when transplanted to the garden or may not mature in time to produce before your frost. Develop a seed starting schedule so you know the optimum time to start your seeds. A seed-starting schedule provides a guideline of when to sow seeds and when to transplant seedlings the vegetable garden.

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Benefits of Pre-sprouting Seeds

One of the most frustrating things about starting seeds is waiting for them to emerge from the soil. Pre sprouting seeds germinates seeds before planting. This saves time, eliminates thinning, and conserves space.

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Make your own seed starting and potting-mix

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Grow Light Shelving for Seed Starting Indoors

Genius. Why did I never think of vertical? it sure would be nice to get my kitchen table back! Grow Light Shelving for Seed Starting Indoors

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Most Common Seed Starting Problems- and How to Fix Them

Trouble shoot your common seed starting problems. Learn about the top seed starting problems and how to fix them for good!

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Christmas rope lights to make Heat Mat for seed starting--brilliant and frugal gardening DIY! Gentle bottom heat really kick starts your seedlings!

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10 Seed Starting Garden Hacks

I love to use seaweed fertilize on my seedlings. This stuff is stinky and needs to be mixed with water. The dollar store condiment bottles work perfectly for this! Cheap and Cheerful.

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Save a ton of money by making your own seed starting mix.

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