Starting Seeds Indoors - Knowledgebase Question

Yorktown Heights, NY
Question by adebell
February 27, 2001
I've tried to start seeds inside with no luck. The soil usually ends up moldy. I've purchased jiffy seed starters, seeds, plant lights and a plant light timer. Can you please give me some tips on:
When to plant, how often and when to water, how long to leave the plant light on each day and how close the plant light should be to the soil.


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Answer from NGA
February 27, 2001

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can usually be direct sown in the garden with good results -- for example, beans and sunflowers.)

Finally, remember to take time to gradually condition or harden off your plants before transplanting them into the "harsh sun and wind of real life" in the garden.

I hope this helps you troubleshoot. can usually be direct sown in the garden with good results -- for example, beans and sunflowers.)

Finally, remember to take time to gradually condition or harden off your plants before transplanting them into the "harsh sun and wind of real life" in the garden.

I hope this helps you troubleshoot.

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