Indoor Seeding Station

September 19, 2018

Depending on your climate and outdoor growing conditions through the seasons, you may have to start seeds of certain crops indoors a few weeks, or even months, ahead of outdoor planting days in order to harvest a successful crop. This is where an indoor seeding station comes in handy. You need only a few square feet of space to prepare a couple of seed trays with a small lighting setup.

PC: Leslie F. Halleck

Sowing new plants from seed is downright exciting. It’s also economical. Starting your own seeds is a very cost-effective way to grow a large quantity of plants quickly, plus you’ll be able to grow a much wider variety than if you buy only finished transplants from a garden center.

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