Clare Scifi wrote:Thanks for the responses. I am in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Some in another group have suggested that perhaps the soil was just too dry for the seeds to germinate?
The plants the farmers grew last summer were left there all winter. I wondered whether that might have caused pathogens to be present in the soil that were not killed off during our extremely mild winter? The crops left in the ground over the winter were tomatoes and hot peppers.