A few weeks from now I am volunteering at a nursing home. I'm supposed to help the residents start tomatoes from seeds. Actually, on Monday they are going to contact me to let me know what else the residents would like to try in addition to tomatoes. I did this the last two years for them using an assortment of tomato seeds that I bought at a local garden center. Their seeds germinated and were able to be planted out into the community garden. Their plants actually produced which was very nice for the residents. All I did was purchase little rubbermaid food storage containers, a bag of Schultz seed starter mix, then let them fill their trays and plant their own seeds. I had them set their trays in the windows in the common area and that was that. All they had to do was make sure their trays didn't dry out.
There is a new director who would like me to bring a little care sheet with me to pass out to the residents when I come this year because she would like the residents to take their food storage trays of seed back to their rooms to germinate as opposed to leaving them in the common areas where they may be knocked over. I don't have a basic care sheet. Never saw a need for one.
Does anyone have a very basic care sheet for tomato seedlings that could be shared with me that I could print off to pass out? I'll need to increase the font to 16 to make it easier for them to read so I'd prefer it all fit one sheet of paper if possible.
Any help appreciated.