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    Re: quick seedling question

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    pots bigger or directly full earth with a protection against the harmful?.
    If there's no fear of frost, plant them in the ground. If they need to stay indoors longer due to the weather, you might need to move them to larger pots while you wait for the weather to improve.
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    Re: quick seedling question

    Thank you China

    That's why this year, I am going to sow(scatter) on wet sheets(leaves) and then to put seeds hatched(opened) on the compost in my boxes with fishes, I can so leave a space being enough for not having to clear up. What do you think about it?

    Merci China,

    c'est pour cela que cette année, je vais semer sur des feuilles humides et ensuite poser les graines écloses sur le terreau dans mes boites à poissons, je pourrai ainsi laisser un écartement suffisant pour ne pas avoir à éclaircir. qu'en pensez-vous ?

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    Re: quick seedling question

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    How large can tobacco grow in a 72 cell seed starting flat Before transplanting to another pot?
    I have only grown one season but once they start touching each other ,trim the larger lower leaves . DO NOT trim the tip or it will never grow taller. Once plants get about 4 inches tall and the temps at night are above 45 set them out .
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    Re: quick seedling question

    Au-dessus de 45 °, mais certainement dans la basse température, je serais peur d'un retour de la gelée (gel) Je vais être attendre 53 ° F est de 12 degrés Celsius ... i ResID en Ile de France, il est entre continental et oceanique



    Anyway, to have 4 thumbs(inches) by crashing March 19th, I shall be frost free I think...

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    Re: quick seedling question

    Quote Originally Posted by Gavroche View Post
    Thank you China

    That's why this year, I am going to sow(scatter) on wet sheets(leaves) and then to put seeds hatched(opened) on the compost in my boxes with fishes, I can so leave a space being enough for not having to clear up. What do you think about it?

    Merci China,

    c'est pour cela que cette année, je vais semer sur des feuilles humides et ensuite poser les graines écloses sur le terreau dans mes boites à poissons, je pourrai ainsi laisser un écartement suffisant pour ne pas avoir à éclaircir. qu'en pensez-vous ?
    I'm not sure I understood the original question. Sow them indoors 6-8 weeks before last frost. If they are too large for the pots and the weather is still bad, move them to larger pots. If the weather is good, you can put them in the ground.
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    Re: quick seedling question

    You understood well China, I say that I am going to sow(scatter) seeds in boxes fishes which ([COLOR=#0000FF !important]flower box)[/COLOR]
    are deeper than jars like that, if the weather is too cold I can wait


    That's why I asked if my boxes fishes([COLOR=#0000FF !important]flower box) [/COLOR]
    were rather deep...



    Vous avez bien compris China, je dis que je vais semer les graines dans les boites à poissons qui sont plus profondes que les pots comme cela, si le temps est trop froid je pourrai attendre.

    C'est pour cela que je demandais si mes boites à poissons étaient assez profondes...

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    Re: quick seedling question

    Larger plants need to be in separate boxes. The roots will get tangled if they are in the same box.

    Fish boxes are Styrofoam? Make sure water can drain out the bottom of whatever you plant in. Also, it is better to water from below and let water seep up into the pot from holes in the bottom of it.
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    Re: quick seedling question

    If I were you, I would get small pots that fit inside the fish box.
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    Re: quick seedling question

    Actually ChinaVooDoo, I had not thought of the tangled roots.

    My question thus returns somebody measured roots in length when plants make 4 inches so that I find the good size of jar but maybe it is not important, roots finding their place alone


    Effectivement lChinavoodoo je n'avais pas pensé aux racines emmêlées.

    ma question revient donc... est-ce que quelqu'un a mesuré les racines en longueur quand les plantes font 4 pouces afin que je trouve la bonne taille de pot... mais peut-être n'est-ce pas important, les racines trouvant leur place toutes seules

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    Re: quick seedling question

    Quote Originally Posted by Gavroche View Post
    Actually ChinaVooDoo, I had not thought of the tangled roots.

    My question thus returns somebody measured roots in length when plants make 4 inches so that I find the good size of jar but maybe it is not important, roots finding their place alone


    Effectivement lChinavoodoo je n'avais pas pensé aux racines emmêlées.

    ma question revient donc... est-ce que quelqu'un a mesuré les racines en longueur quand les plantes font 4 pouces afin que je trouve la bonne taille de pot... mais peut-être n'est-ce pas important, les racines trouvant leur place toutes seules
    http://tarpin-lyonnet.fr/pots-plasti...on.php?ref=505
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