Hello Smokers and Gardeners!
Spring is here, which means it's time to stop procrastinating and start planting seedlings!
I have leftover conical pots from my previous sprouting. The conical shape helps keep the soil and roots intact when transplanting into open ground.
I collected the soil from the area where my plants will grow. I'll have a separate post on how I prepared it. I always do things backwards))
Spoiler: since the last harvest, I've been adding ash and bird droppings mixed with straw to the soil, and today I generously added cow manure! It should turn out delicious))
After placing the pots on a tray, I made small indentations in the soil.
Then I finally opened my purchase and placed the seeds in the pots.
I want to observe one experiment: in the two central pots, I placed slightly sawn seeds. I heard a theory that it makes it easier for the roots to sprout from the seed. I slightly scratched the surface of the joint between the two seed lobes. I'll keep you updated on the progress of my experiment.
...as I watered and covered with cotton pads, I no longer took pictures.
Well, wish me luck. I'm sure your local energy will help growth up just as well as fertilizer!