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Potting on

Once your seeds have grown and developed some leaves, carefully transplant them into a larger container. Always handle them by the leaves so you don't damage the delicate stem.


And here's a tip- try not to use cardboard pots. To try and cut down on plastic, I recently used cardboard pots for my tomato seedlings. As an experiment, I put some in plastic and some in card, not really expecting a difference. But, I'm sad to say that they grow much better in plastic as you can see from the picture.


I think it's because the card retains moisture, so when the temperature drops in the greenhouse the compost cools down more dramatically than with the plastic ones.


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