Last year I grew loads of seedlings with 99% success, until I planted them into my local schools vege gardens.The brassicas, carrots and some chillies started to grow bigger. Eventually they turned up their toes. I want to have a better success rate wit
The seedling pot is biodegradable and can be planted straight into the soil, as the wood pulp should break down and allow the roots of your seedling to push right through it. To assist the pot breaking down, soak the whole pot thoroughly in either water or a very diluted liquid seedling fertiliser, before planting it in the soil. Make sure the biodegradable pot is completely covered and the top lip is not left sticking out of the ground, as it will act as a moisture wick and draw water away from the roots, where it is needed. Find loads more Little Garden growing tips here and seedling specific guides here.