Did67 wrote:There, I was talking about direct seeding in the furrows.
Moreover, but it is not a "problem" in the sense that it is solved, indeed, my seedings made in plates or buckets with a common ground ("without mark") of trade remained puny. But then really puny, to the point that I transplanted fine onions like knitting needles, or celery stage 2 true leaves (it's tiny) ...
The question of the irregularity of the seeding in line (in particular, of me carrots) remains posed: slugs, which plane close to the ground (see slightly under the ground) at the time of the raising or "anti-germinative effect" of the hay that breaks down, or lack of light at the bottom of the furrow of hay ?????? Will have to "search" and identify the cause in order to fix it! The transplant test of very small carrots prepared in seedbed is conclusive at the recovery level. We have to wait for the harvest to see what shape the carrots will have!
I tested the seedling plate, not very conclusive, it requires some control, and some tracking, it dries very quickly, maybe too fast for me, so to see at home
paysan.bio, had said that it worked well for carrots, so the first stages, sowing and transplanting, you are valid, we will wait for the harvest with impatience so