do you HAVE to use seed compost with new seeds or can you use a good MULTI compost.
Hi Nick. I've always used multi purpose and not really had any problems that I can think of, but I expect it depends on what seeds you're sowing too. I mainly sow salad crops and sweet peas, and occasionally other hardy annuals and perennials
I think lots of people don't use seed compost judging by the difficulty I have getting it sometimes.
I prefer not to use MP for those seeds I'm sowing in autumn and leaving outside. It's too soggy. But for quick germinators I think it's fine.
I don't think you HAVE TO anything Nick. You have a choice. Do some experiments, see what works for you
I've found seed compost to be a bit too heavy in the past. Mind, that is probably because of me being an over eager waterer!
I use a mix of seed/MP/grit when I have the choice.
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