Originally Posted by HazyBulldog
Been messing around with seed starts. You can mix Black gold 75 black gold/25 with gypsum and plants grow just fine. No joke. Look into Ca excess, bet you can't find it.
I think it goes without saying that what you start your seeds in is the critical step to everything (kind of like genetics, you start at say 100 and can only fk it up from there)...
It's amazing how hot you can actually start seeds at across the board, I kill a lot of plants testing silly things but hot soil to begin with and seeds is one that blows my mind how far you can push it..... Then again it kind of makes sense in a ass backwards way, but grounded in reality and view able facts...
Your seedlings are much more cold, rain, even snow hardy etc than your plants will ever be at the end of the year, this is for nearly all plants that are annuals, why would it be any different down below...?