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I have spent a lot of time, effort and money purchasing the best seeds for my garden, and seed germination is a 100%, when i keep them in a dark and moist place. My trouble begins after that when my baby plants die since I don't know the size where they are to be transplanted. I managed to save only 7 (or so) out of 20 plants. Please let me know tips about how I can evaluate when to transfer the plants and how to protect them once I begin to transplant them.

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Zaufi from London

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May 26, 20050 found this helpful

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May 31, 20050 found this helpful

Once I see at least two to three leaves I plant in the ground. Your climate is different. This is USA, sunny CA. Where only caution is used in March/April. My plants have even survived the large amounts of rain we received this Spring. I would call a local nursery for tips in London. That is your best bet. Good Luck!

Jennifer, CA

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By guest (Guest Post)
March 31, 20060 found this helpful

I have found that you need air circulation in order for

plants to do well after germination, I use two small

fans going all the time; to me, this is as important as the light, Hope this helps.

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