I’m going to be planting my seeds today, how deep under the soil should i plant my seeds ?
You can find the link to the germination guide on the site here; however, if you have the rest down, you want the holes to be one quarter inch, and drop one seed in each hole.
If the seeds sprout in too shallow of a hole, the seed casing may get stuck on the sprout, which may or may not fall off.
One fo my seeds did this; however, I was able to fix the issue through following instructions on another web site. The best way, though, is to make sure the seeds are deep enough.
Hope that helps.
Making sure the seed is round side, or “belly button” side down, this helps make sure the seed can extract itself from its casing or shell.
@MacGyverStoner, that is a good thing to know for my next go round with seeds. Fortunately, I only had the one do that, but it kept me web searching for a good while. Every additional tip helps a lot.
one of my plants root’s came out of the soil and it is yellow, is that normal ? also the root that popped out of the soil is way off of the center of my flower pot it is like 3 1/2 inches from the the edge of the flower pot, is that bad ? i think when watering it the seed most of moved, will the root straighten it self out and get closer to the center of my flower pot as it grows ?
Both plants popped out of the soil , one of them pooped out way off center of my flower pot, the flower pot is about 12 inches round and the root is about 3 1/2 inches from the edge of the flower pot, is that bad ? And the other plant that popped out has alot of the white fertilizer rocks that is in my soil sticking to the root, i am hopping that when i water it the white fertilizer rocks fall off of it, is ot ok to put the water directly on top of the plant at this stage of growing ?