Saturday, January 12, 2008

Transplanting Radishes

The radish seeds that we planted in peat pucks last Sunday germinated very quickly. The roots were poking out through the fabric of the pucks, so time to transplant. Admitedly the middle of January is quite early for putting them out, but what the hell. We planted them in the cold frame obviously, but if we get a cold spell I imagine they won't survive. Right now it's been mild and forecast to stay mild for at least a week. We're crossing our fingers.

That's a picture of them in a cut open milk carton to germinate. Follow the link to flickr for more pics.

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