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How to Choose, Start & Transplant Vegetable Seeds

By on November 16, 2012

Select and start seeds to enjoy one of the most creative aspects of gardening.

Whether you’re planning your first vegetable garden or your twentieth, we have information to help you!

Our in-house videos and articles bring you research-based information about growing our non-GMO, organic vegetable seeds.

Find out about choosing and starting seeds, seedling care, and transplanting to your garden. Wrap up with a video about storing your seeds for the next growing season.

Here’s a guide to the range of educational resources we prepared for you:

CHOOSING SEEDS

Videos

Organic Seed Selection

Seed Terms

Articles

Top 3 Reasons to Buy Organic Seeds

Organic Seeds & Heirloom Seeds—What They Are & How To Choose Them

sumter cucumber seedGARDEN PLANNING & CROP ROTATION

Video

Garden Planning & Crop Rotation

Article

Quick Guide To Vegetable Families For Crop Rotation

STARTING SEEDS

Videos

Seed Starting

Seed Germination—Scarification, Stratification & Soaking

Soil Blocks

Direct Seeding & Frost Protection

Articles

Seed Starting 101—Easy Steps To Seed Germination

Recipes & Tips On How To Make Soil Mix For Your Soil Blocks

Tips For Germinating Hard-To-Start Seeds

Find The Right Floating Row Cover For Plant Protection

Three Reasons To Add Cool-Season Vegetables To Your Garden


SEEDLINGS: CARE & TRANSPLANTING

Videos

Seedling Care

Planting Vegetables

Companion Planting

Articles

Seed Starting 201—Seedling Care, Light, Transplanting, Fertilizing & Hardening Off

Damping Off—How To Prevent This Problem For Your Seedlings & Starts

Soil Temperatures For Transplanting Seedlings & Vegetable Starts

The Scientific Basis for Companion Planting

STORING SEEDS

Video

Seed Organization & Storage

  Comments (2)

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I am recently released from my wheelchair (neuropathic ulcers on feet) and am finding I am not able to do most things right off but want to do something.  What could I do more easily from through fall for vegetables.  Will tomatoes still be producing well?

Posted by Sandy on Jul. 11, 2015 at 2:44:17 PM

Sandy, not sure where you live so can’t really say how long your tomatoes will produce. You can always cover with some Agribon floating rowcover to extend the season. Bush beans are easy to do, summer squash, summer tolerant lettuce, herbs…

Posted by Suzanne at Peaceful Valley on Jul. 14, 2015 at 2:05:59 PM

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