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Hi, I'd like ideas for low light vegetables in containers, short season.
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elicstm
3 weeks 1 day ago
I am trying to grow veggies in my house during these winter months. I keep my house cool (55 deg F max). I am trying to grow cool season crops (spinach, peas, beans, etc), but am having a difficult time even getting germination. I am trying to grow the veggies in a large rubber tote bin. I am using a compost mixture that I made myself from my compost pile, underlain by maple leaves that I collected in the fall. I do know something about growing crops. I am a professional soil scientist and (I am embarrassed to say) agronomist. Still, I can't figure out what's not right. Suggestions??
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elicstm
3 weeks 2 days ago
I am trying to grow veggies in my house during these winter months. I keep my house cool (55 deg F max). I am trying to grow cool season crops (spinach, peas, beans, etc), but am having a difficult time even getting germination. I am trying to grow the veggies in a large rubber tote bin. I am using a compost mixture that I made myself from my compost pile, underlain by maple leaves that I collected in the fall. I do know something about growing crops. I am a professional soil scientist and (I am embarrassed to say) agronomist. Still, I can't figure out what's not right. Suggestions??
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