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Chaesman
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re learning so much

I love this forum I learned so much since I have been here

and I look forward to continue learning more


well after a year of not gardening it is time for us to get back in to it.

so this weekends plans are to get the seed starting area in the house

cleaned back up and presentable and to replace the power cord on the lighting . I am looking forward to getting some plants started early next week.

I am however when the time comes gonna need advice on potting up and on hardening before i move them out doors.

we are shooting to have them in the above ground beds the last week of april this year.

Jon

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IndyGerdener
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I knew nothing about starting seeds 1 month ago. Thanks to the great people on here and youtube I have become a germinating / starting machine!!!

I learn better with videos. I am prob on the FBI list because of all the "Grow Room" searches and less than legal videos I have been watching. Weird that there are more videos about growing pot than growing tomatoes. :lol:

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Chaesman
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Marlingardener wrote:Jon, glad to see you back, and back to gardening, too! Ask any questions you like about up-potting and hardening off. You'll get great advice!
What seeds are you starting?

I plan a starting a few varieties of tomatoes and peppers for starters once they are started I will be choosing some more.

ps still read your new letter every month :)
Jon

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