How to Start Vegetable Seeds Indoors: Growing Vegetables from Seed

Hobby Farm Basics

Starting seeds outdoors

Starting your vegetable seeds early indoors in your hobby farm can help you get a big jump on your growing season with quicker yields from your crop. Starting seeds in the ground when spring comes can take longer to see results and also lost crops due to poor seed germination from lack of water or over watering from rain.

When seeds start to germinate this is the time when the plants are most vulnerable to temperature changes and Improper watering. Controlling these growing conditions outside can be very difficult and time consuming.

Starting your vegetable seeds inside will allow you to control the growing conditions for better seed germination at the same time allowing you to bring large health seedling to your vegetable gardening allowing you to get a months head start on your growing season.

What vegetable seeds that cannot be started indoors

  • Carrot
  • Corn
  • Potatoes

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