The indoor seed sowing has been going very slowly, and I don’t have enough room under my grow light for much more, so I’ve decided to just start direct sowing seeds in the ground.
On Sunday, I planted carrots, beets, onions, cucumber, zucchini, and…
I’ve never direct-sown tomato seeds, and I don’t know that anyone would recommend this strategy. But: I wanted to try it anyway. Some of the seeds I sowed were actually collected from volunteer tomatoes, which, in essence, are direct-sown tomatoes, right? Plus, people have been growing tomatoes long before grow lights and special potting soil existed. I just have to keep the rats away to give the seeds a chance to sprout.