Have you ever tried to get a jump on spring by planting some seeds inside only to have the seedling die on you once you transplanted them outside? Often if a transplanted seedling doesn’t do well in its new outdoor habitat it’s because it’s root system was damaged in the transplanting process. Soil-blocking, germinating seeds in cubic squares of soil, ensures that damage doesn’t occur. It’s an effective way to get your season-starting-seedlings growing vigorously.

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