paul wheaton wrote:
Another thread reminded me about this - and I think I didn't mention it here before.
Sepp has a greenhouse. But the only thing he uses it for is earthworm breeding.
Most people start seeds indoors and then transplant them later. Sepp never does this. And he is in the alps of austria.
Can anybody think of any commonly transplanted plant where this would not work?
Kirk Hutchison wrote:
I have personally given up on starting seeds in pots. They have a strong tendency to just keel over and die. Also, strange flies always appear in the pots, so I have to keep them outdoors (which defeats the purpose of the pots).
Jami McBride wrote:
Travis - how much HP do you mix with how much water?