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This slideshow covers how to make a simple seed germination potting soil using sphagnum peat moss as the base ingredient. The finish potting mix can be used for both seed starting and adding ingredients to for making potting on mixes for older vegetable seedlings as they grow their way to transplanting.
Recipe used in this slideshow
Before starting, have everything you will need ready, the list below will help.
All ingredients are measured by volume not weight. When 1 part is mentioned, it can be any size measuring container that is suitable for the amount you are making. Ensure the same sized measuring container is used for all the ingredients in the recipe unless a different size or type of measure is mentioned.
To achieve a consistency in any potting mix it is best to sift all ingredients through a 1/4 inch (7mm) screen. [image] Of course it doesn’t have to be a rough looking homemade one, this smaller commercially produce sieve will do the job just as well. [image]
|Seed Starting Soil Using
Sphagnum Peat Moss
This is your base mixture that can be used to add other ingredients as the seedling grow and are re-potted.
For the next page in this section follow this link to seed starting mix using coconut coir fiber
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