I have been moving them in at night to stay warm, and out during the day, keeping on natural light cycle. Putting old mini greenhouses on too. A little over 1 quart of organic seedling mix in nursery bags.
As a matter of fact, I am leaving all of them outside tonight in the mini greenhouses for the 1st time, to start the hardening off process. I am tired of schlepping them in and out, morning and night. It did help them develop faster avoiding the cold nighttime temperatures. It has finally started to warm up a bit and I am most grateful.
I keep the foldable mini greenhouses in the box they came in when I am not using them, in the garage.
With a shovel, cool Sunday morning air, under a waxing crescent Gemini moon, and filled with an indomitable spirit, 900 gallons of soil had dynomyco, worm castings, and Bio- Live added. I worked in the clover and fava bean cover crops plus the amendments, shoveling hard and lightheadedly through the finish, I am most grateful
I wore gloves and mask, got a great workout.
I went back a couple hours later and watered all the containers to help everything settle. Once I receive test results there will be transplanting happening