Take a journey with me as my hobby grows into a part time business. I will be offering lessons and mistakes on propagating seeds and bulbs for resale. I am growing vegetables in a 2 1/2 acre farm and orchard for CSA boxes, restaurants, and RUSD - Riverside Unified School District.
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Monday, November 17, 2014
When you start plants in plugs, they can be planted directly in the ground or if you need to grow them out some more, you cannot keep growing them in the plug trays. They will become to root bound and will not do well when you do plant them. I am planting some directly in the ground and some I will be selling at my plant sale next month. These will be planted in peat pots which can then be planted in directly in the ground at a later date.
Here is a tray of the peat pots filled with potting mix.
Here are some pictures of the plugs - this variety is napa cabbage.
Here are some pictures of the trays filled with transplants and then put outside to grow.