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Tricks of the trade for starting flower seed

publication date: Mar 1, 2004
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We’ve had our share of disasters like this around here, and like before, it has been our ability to start seeds fast that saves us. Whenever we have a calamity, Frank goes into gear and plants thousands of seedlings, and we replant quickly. Luckily, we had a batch of larkspur seed ready to go, so we were able to replant.
Knowing a few tricks can make a big difference in seed starting, and it saved our larkspur crop. We’ll give you a rundown on some of the basic seed starting concepts, and then tell you a few tricks we’ve learned.



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