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HomeMade Seed Tape - How to make seed tape for Home Vegetable Gardens - Easy Seed Planting

Published on 4/7/2013
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Small seeds can be quite a pain to plant. It is not only difficult to handle them but, trying to space them evenly into dark soil is almost impossible. Most of the time we just end up sowing them randomly and then going back in a few weeks to thin them. All this effort can be very time consuming as well as a pain in the back. Here is a very cool trick to not only speed up the process of planting small seeds but, space them evenly to reduce the amount of time you will spend thinning them. You will need - Toilet Paper (or newspaper, paper bag or any biodegradable product) - Scissors - 1 cup flour - 1 cup water - Mixing Bowl - Toothpick or Small Paintbrush - Seeds - 1-2 hours (depending on how many you will make) Step 1. Have a plan on what you will use the seed tape for, how long each piece of tape will be and where it will be planted (make sure the soil is ready) Step 2. Lay out the paper in the correct length Step 3. Dab the glue (flour and water mixture) onto the paper so your seeds can be spaced according to the package directions. (Hint: for real small seeds, I just run a line of glue down the entire length of the paper) Step 4. Place seeds spacing them properly Step 5. Fold over the paper and press lightly to secure the seeds Step 6. Roll it up and label each section of tape Step 7. Place in soil according to the package directions for seed depth Step 8. Cover and water according to package directions. That’s it. You will now be able to enjoy more time in your garden without having to spend much time thinning out your plants and your plant rows will be beautiful and straight. For more Gardening Tips and Tricks, visit our blog often or visit us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/amsftcollins Contact us anytime Kyle Villers Affordable Maintenance Solutions LLC Fort Collins, CO 970-219-1200
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