What I find easiest is to lick my forefinger and then press gently on the seed. It seems to stick and then I can then transport it to the compost. A little movement over the compost and it seems to drop down into place.
It’s a good time for sowing sweet peppers this month but they will do best in a heated propagator or on a warm windowsill.
Provide as much light as possible as the seedlings come up!
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