Mar 31, 2023
You can plan for growing seed in as little or as much detail as you can plan for growing any other crop. Up until now, I’ve been encouraging you to slow down and take it easy. Start your seed growing small and learn from it. Don’t worry about the details too much. But eventually, when you start feeling more comfortable growing seed, you’re going to want to plan your seed crops more precisely.
This is the 5th and final weekly episode of a mini-series all about the basics you need to know so you can plan your first seed crop for the coming growing season.
I would love to know how you like these mini-episodes. Send me a DM or an email to tell me what you think - is this a format you’d like me to repeat in the future?
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