Transplanting: transplanting a seedling

Transplanting consists of transplanting a young seedling from a seedling.

The young plant should then be pulled up and replanted in its final place. or to move it to a different location so that it can grow in good conditions before planting.

Sown plants may be transplanted one or more times.

What is the advantage of transplanting?

Changing the young shoots from one place to another and putting them in a new growing medium (usually from the loam ) will enable them to continue their growth under the best possible conditions.

When to do the transplanting?

The first transplanting usually takes place as soon as the first leaves appear and are actually formed.

The transplanting site was worked beforehand: the clods of earth were broken and crumbled.

It is advisable to use a sowing and cutting soil and to water well when planting.

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