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  • v 2CGARRETT2
    Plenty of time to get big enough to plant by spring and the heat they wanted to germinate. That was when I lived in PA. Seemed to work. If you can’t do that with your heat they do sell small seed start heat pads (electric).
    14 days ago
  • v 2CGARRETT2
    Did was order seeds from a good source and planted them in January just after Xmas. I would leave the seed starts on top of a heater with a small buffer underneath so it didn’t get too hot. I had radiator heat at the time. Then the starts would have
    14 days ago
  • v 2CGARRETT2
    Glad to hear you guys are starting to feel better. Hopefully it has continued that direction since you wrote. If you’re buying plants I never mind supporting a small farm business like that. As far as starting peppers I used to struggle too so what I
    14 days ago
  • v 2CGARRETT2
    Plants when that happened and I just replaced them. Looks funny now, I have a couple that are early starts and a couple that are already over a foot tall with heavy stalks. That frost was very unusual and I wasn’t paying close enough attention.
    17 days ago
  • v 2CGARRETT2
    Pa and it was a few degrees hotter than here. Must be a heat wave moving through your area straight on over to the East. We were warm and then had a surprise frost a week and a half ago. Hopefully it stays warm now because I lost a couple tomato
    17 days ago
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