[Market-farming] Planting tiny seeds

Lucy Goodman goodows at infinet.com
Fri May 9 15:25:02 EDT 2003



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> For tiny seeds, we use a dial seed sower, $1.98 from Pinetree seeds. 

is this the same hand seeder that Johnny's has for $4.95?

I also use the dial seeder and really like it a lot. It makes planting
tiny sees like basil or pac choy a sane activity that doesn't take too
long. 

We always direct seed the pac choy using an earthway seeder

Lucy Goodman
Boulder Belt Organics
New Paris, OH
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