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a simple, cheap way to get some seed started before getting them into the garden.
egg carton, any size. soil. scissors. seeds. plastic wrap. time.
first thing to do is cut off the top of the carton, save this for later. then lay seeds in the carton. cover the seeds with some soil, ...
now take the lid you cut off earlier. place a layer of plastic wrap on top, big enough to have a inch hang off. now place the cells ...
now wait a week or so depending on the germination time. when plants are large enough transplant them into a larger container or directly into garden. the egg ...
it looks like this methods works for all my seeds. don't know what to do with the top of the carton after planting the plants. I'll update later ...
UPDATE: as you can see the plants are tall and you can see how the roots find a way out of the bottom. I cut along to row ...
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