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How to Preparing Soil for Transplant in this educational video from dizzo95.
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Dean: Alright, there are few things you need to get ready with your transplants, seeds, potting soil, water and some trays with covers. Now you can get potting soil in any nursery and it’s a good idea to mix it with vermiculite to keep the soil nice and loose around the new roots.
Female: Once the soil and vermiculite are well blended, you can fill up the containers and you’re ready to plant.
Just sprinkle the flower seeds over the soil, cover the seeds with a bit more soil and sprinkle lightly with water. Do you want to label this for me Dean?
Dean: Okay, I’m on it. Well, you might have thought about this already, but it’s a good idea to put only one type of flower seed in each container this way you can keep them straight. It’s also a good idea to label each tray so you’ll know which is which.
Female: Now, to keep the containers moist, we’re going to put water to the bottom of this tray. It looks good, and then to keep the seeds warm and moist, we’ll just cover the tray with this plastic lid.
Dean: Now just let them set a few days with a cover on. That should be enough time to let them start germinating.