Here are some common questions we get asked about sowing seeds.
Tender crops such as tomatoes, peppers, squashes, French and runner beans are often started in pots or cell trays under cover. Here are some queries relating to indoor sowings.
Q: Should old pots and sowing trays be washed before using?
A: It is beneficial to have clean…
On your marks, get set, SOW! This week, Steve, Emma and Tony are busy preparing for what they’re going to grow this season. So they’ve gathered together online to discuss which seed varieties they’re going to sow. This includes Machu Picchu, Green Nutmeg and and Ernie’s Big Eye (seriously).…
Some vegetables are sown direct and then thinned out as they grow and are harvested where they were originally sown. However there is another technique; this uses a nursery bed to sow seeds in to and these are moved to their final positions when they are small plants.
Traditionally crops such as brassicas (cabbages, kale, cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts etc.) and…
Steve takes you through the vital signs to look out for to check if your soil is ready for sowing.
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Learn how to sow radish in this handy video!
In this video, you will learn how to go about sowing Radish. Steve gives you all the information you need to know and the best tips for success.
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