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Everything You Need to Know About Seedlings

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Starting Seedlings Indoors

Seedlings are easy to start indoors and can dramatically increase your yield and success in the outdoor garden.

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Starting seedlings indoors is a great way to get the jump on your outdoor gardening. Many vegetable gardeners start their seeds indoors four to six weeks before transplanting their crops outside-thus extending their season and increasing their harvest.

Starting seedlings indoors is not difficult and requires attention to only a few details and a gentle hand. In general, seedlings are much more delicate than mature plants and are more likely to die from overfeeding, watering or harsh conditions.

The following series of articles covers every step in the process.

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