The Acclimation or ‘Hardening-off’ Process for Vegetable Seed Starts: The Indoor/Outdoor Method

Source: TheRustedGarden
Gary Pilarchik
February 12, 2017

When you seed start indoors, your future transplants are not use to the UV rays of the sun, the wind or the cold/changing temperatures. You have to slowly transition them to the outdoors over a 7 day period. I discuss 2 methods and a basic routine. However, I can’t give you exact guidelines because our weather patterns and zones vary so much.


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