Using the 'filter paper set-up' method, once we have the seeds germinated with radicles formed. How long do we need to wait before we move it into a small pot. Does the radicles need to be at a particular length or just seeing the radicles we can sow it into a pot ?
Also wanted to understand the direction of the radicles when placing into a pot. Should it be facing downward or upward or sideways ?
Hi everyone, I am a new gardener and first time trying to start with seeds. I have sown some sponge gourd, bush beans, Bitter gourd and tomatoes seeds in same seed tray on last Sunday. Today i saw all my sponge gourd seeds are germinated but the other seeds are not. What should I do now? Please help I don't want to lose these little buddies because of other seeds. Should I keep the seed tray covered or transpant germinated seeds to pots?
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