Top tips to start seed off

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Top tips to start seed off

Postby wereiniop » Thu Jan 16, 2020 11:48 am

Hi Pawty!

I think I agree with Johnboy! My only surviving greenhouse cucumber was sulking big time, but my grafted tomatoes were in flower so I mixed up the tom feed & just watered it on the whole lot of pots. The little sad cucumber has perked up along with my aubergine which was also on strike!

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Re: Top tips to start seed off

Postby Westi » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:46 pm

Welcome to the forum wereiniop! Where in the big world are you having the benefit of our summer crops in our winter in the UK? I personally think I am an over feeder, but most of the fruiting crops do prefer the tom feeds as it is about giving them energy to get fruit! I get totally confused when it comes to what is best for other crops though! I doubt I will ever understand or even afford or have the space to store the mixes to match the needs of them, but do just fine mostly if the weather co-operates!
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