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Coco Coir vs Seed Starting Mix

PACIFIC NORTHWEST, by Paula Thomas of Gapey’s Grub Published on Feb 17, 2018 I love doing experiments and my newest one is starting some brassicas (and swiss chard) in both coco coir and seed starting mix to see how much of a difference there is and there’s definitely some differences that I point out in this …Read more »

Making your own Seed-Starting Mix – the Basics

MARYLAND By Gary Pilarchik at The Rusted Garden If you are new to gardening and are thinking about starting seeds indoors this is part 1 of a 5 part video series. I explain what Perlite, Peat moss, Vermiculite and Seed Starting Mix are and how they are used for starting seeds. You need to use …Read more »

Potting Soil: Make The Best Seed Starting & Potting Mix

ENGLAND, by GrowVeg Published on Feb 23, 2018 Seed starting mixes are essential for sowing many vegetables, herbs and flowers. But with so much to sow over the coming weeks and months, they can be expensive – unless you make your own. A few simple ingredients can be combined to make a mix that’s just …Read more »

CFL or Flourescent Grow Lights What You Need to Know to Buy and Build the Best Grow Operation

ALBERTA, CANADA From Alberta Urban Garden, Simple, Organic and Sustainable There are tons of options when it comes to grow lights. From the expensive high tech to the lower costing shop lights it really depends on what you are trying to get out of your lights. Generally I will use my system to grow seedlings …Read more »

How to Find & Use Inexpensive LED Grow Light Tubes: Replace Fluorescent Bulbs & Reuse Fixtures

MARYLAND by Gary Pilarchik at The Rusted Garden Published on Jan 21, 2018 The price of LED bulbs have dropped significantly. I show you how to find LED replacements for your 4 foot fluorescent tubes. I go over where to find them, costs, how to use them and the ratings that make effective grow lights. …Read more »

5 Indoor Grow Light System Ideas

By Garden Answer for Gardeners Supply  Published on Nov 18, 2016 Links: Clamping Light Fixture – Micro Grow Light Garden – High Intensity Light Fixture – Stack-n-Grow Light System – Stack-n-Grow Height Extender – 3-Tier SunLite® Garden – This video was made in partnership with Gardener’s Supply Co Follow us Here: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: …Read more »

How to Build a Tomato & Vegetable Seed Grow-Light Box: Start Your Vegetables Indoors

MARYLAND by Gary Pilarchik at The Rusted Gardener You can easily start your tomato and vegetable seeds indoors. You can build a grow-light box cheaply. This project cost $27 for the first box and only $17 for the second box. It can be made with just a knife. Very simple but effective construction. It is …Read more »

Top Tips for Starting Seeds Indoors

U.K, by GrowVeg Starting plants from seed is economical and helps your plants get a head-start and produce an earlier and longer harvest. This video presents a step-by-step guide to the top tips that will help you easily raise healthy plants from seed. We also demonstrate how our online Garden Planner can show you the …Read more »

Growing Seedlings

CALIFORNIA by Trish at GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley Learn how to grow healthy, robust transplants from seed. Buy Seed Starting Products:…

How to Start Vegetable and Flower Seeds Indoors

CALIFORNIA by GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley Learn how to start seeds indoors. Produced by Peaceful Valley & where we encourage natural and organic gardening solutions. More details for you in our blog posts on Seed Starting 101:… and Seedling Care 201:…

Vegetable Seed-Starting

BY NATIONAL GARDENING ASSOCIATION Starting your own seeds at home allows you to grow a greater diversity of vegetables and saves money. Start with the right pots, soil, and seeds and then follow Charlies steps to grow healthy seedlings indoors .

Winter Seed-Sowing Outdoors in Containers

ONTARIO, CANADA By Robert Pavlis of Garden Fundamentals Complete winter sowing demonstration includes making the container, sowing seeds, and care during the winter. This is the easiest way to sprout seeds with no lights or electricity. Produce tough seedlings that thrive in the garden. A wide range of containers can be used, including juice bottles, …Read more »