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Seedlings and 'true leaves'

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  • BerkleyBerkley Posts: 431

    It depends what you did use! I sow several hundred seeds every year and have never bothered with "seed compost". I always use multi-purpose compost and just make sure there aren't any lumps.

  • figratfigrat Posts: 1,619

    I stumbled across this, it's a video by Alys Fowler on how to make a light reflecting box for seedlings grown in poor light levels. Watch out for the teabag tip, I'll be using that for sure.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardenersworld/video/alys_thrifty/lightbox.shtml

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  • Chris 7Chris 7 Posts: 102

    I think the compost was too dry if anything !

    Compost was last years

    Will try and build the lightbox to help.

    Thanks

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