[gardeners] BOUNCE gardeners@globalgarden.com: Admin request of type

George Shirley (gardeners@globalgarden.com)
Fri, 27 Mar 1998 11:41:52

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>From: "Terry King" <taeking@televar.com>
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>Subject: Sowing seeds Am I crazy or...?
>I'm considering sowing several varieties of plants directly in my garden,
>broccoli, cabbage, leeks, chard etc..., instead of in flats.  My thought
is that 
>they will germinate when its most appropriate thereby growing after its
safe to 
>do so and be growing in the garden sooner than if I plant in flats and 
>transplant.  This way I would save work, not have to provide light, save
>and not have to take the time to harden off.   Would this work or am I
>for trouble? I realize if I have a bout of unseasonably warm weather then
a hard 
>freeze I could loose some but I could replants again.  
>Any thoughts?
>Terry King                  North Central Eastern Washington
>taeking@televar.com        USDA zone 4, Sunset Zone 1