Whether you’re starting seeds for a spring planting, or sowing a succession crop, one of the easiest ways to do so is through multisowing.
Multisowing is the process of sowing many seeds in a seed tray, for the purpose of pricking out before they establish their second set of true leaves. It’s quick and easy and takes up very little space. Then, after your seedlings have developed their first set of true leaves, or just before, prick out the strongest and healthiest seedlings and transplant them into individual seed starter trays.
Not only do you guarantee a healthy supply of seedlings, you also save yourself the disappointment of non-germinated seeds and empty cells in your seed tray, as well as lost time.
In my latest video, I walk you through, step-by-step, the easiest way to prick out your multisown seedlings. Then show you how to easily and carefully transplant them into individual seed starter trays. All you need is a pencil or dibber and you’re good to go!