Oh yes, it’s April in Northern Nevada … well, technically it’s April everywhere. But, this month always bring furrowed eyebrows to the faces of gardeners in and around Northern Nevada. Why? Because it’s a time of gambling, sort of.
With Full Circle Soils & Compost, starting seeds indoors is easy (and largely fool proof).
In this brief video, Farmer Craig shows how easy it can be to start seeds in a recycled egg carton. Let’s sow some quinoa seeds!
Full Circle Soils and Compost has been partnered with Mother Earth for over 20 years. That kind of longevity gets noticed! Recently, the University of Nevada and the Reno News & Review have been so kind to share some kind words about the earth-friendly stuff we’re up to these days. We sincerely appreciate the coverage and thought you might like to see what they had to say.
We’ve been posting a lot about sprouting your own seeds and how it’s done. At this point, you know it’s easy. So, what’s stopping you? Is it the task of heading down to your local nursery or hardware store to purchase a seed tray? Well, that excuse is about to fly out the window.
If you’re thinking of establishing a lush lawn around your home, business, favorite restaurant, barn, hot tub or any other area, you’re in the right place. And, because we are blooming into early spring as we speak, you’re also in the right time. Simply speaking, the two best times of the year to start a lawn are early spring and early fall. Outside of those two times you risk either a frozen ground or temperatures that are too hot to keep your new lawn from drying out.
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