Start seeds off right with this finely textured blend. Ideal for use in self-watering and regular seed-starting trays, it offers the perfect balance of drainage and wicking action to keep roots moist.
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The best seed starting mix
By Sandy the gardener
from Motley, MN
Comments about : Seed Starting Mix, 9 Qts.:
I use it to start all my indoor seeds and have great success with it. No other brands work as well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I have and will buy again!
from Shawnee, Ks.
This is good starting medium, I have used this before.
Successfully used product for several years.
from Cape Cod, MA
Used to start vegetable seeds under a grow light. "Fine quality" mixture where seeds germinate quickly and produce good root structure. Better than products obtained locally.
from central Illinois
along with 15-cell tray and bottom tray it couldn't be easier.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
SEED STARTING MIX
from CENTRAL PA
I tried other starting mixes including a few of my own mixes. Each had its own set of problems. Gardner's mix is a bit pricey but less problems, works great, starts seeds quickly when used in the starter trays, proper planting procedures. To save time and get the job done I bought Gardner's mix.
from New England
Only use this to start my indoor vegs and flower seeds under grow lights in early spring. Its the bestseed starting material.
I've had a lot of success with this particular starting mix.
Great start for seedlings
By Tribe fan
I routinely start seeds each winter and always stock up on and use this growing media. It works very well. Pour the soil into a bucket, add warm water (for comfort and to get the seeds off to a better start) and fill your growing cells.
I would buy this product again
from Cape Coral, Fl.
I had sown seeds in your seed started and fox farm to see which would germinate faster and how the plants would look. Your seed started caused the seeds I planted using this mixture to sprout sooner. Most of the same type of seed sown in the fox farm has not begun to germinate. I water and fertilizer at the same time. Most of my plants started in your seed starter are at least an inch tall and doing well. I planted habanero peppers and mixed peppers on 10/7/17 and most of the peppers planted in your seed starter began to sprout on 10/20/17. The only seeds planted in the fox farm seed that have germinated are the mixed peppers, none of the habanero peppers have germinated. Linda C. Cape Coral, Fl.
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White habanero plants and mixed peppers in your seed starter.
White habanero plant and mixed peppers in fox farm soil.
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By Shirley Barber
from St. Augustine, Florida
I'm a Master Gardener and I teach classes on seed propagation. I recommend this product as the best for many reasons. My success/germination rate is nearly 100%. This mix is easy to wet and I can tell when it needs to be watered by the color of the mix as it dries out. I rarely have damp-off.
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