Gardening

Seedling in terrine (or box)


Sowing in terrine is perfectly suited to cultivation under cover.

Thanks to the small holes located below the terrine, the drainage will operate efficiently.

Make a seedling in a terrine

  1. Have clay balls at the bottom of the terrine (about 1 to 2 cm) to improve drainage.

  2. Fill the terrine 2/3 of a potting soil special seedlings or a substrate that you have prepared based on peat blonde or potting soil (half) and river sand (half).

  3. Equalize then with a float or a wooden board and add some potting soil to reach 3/4 of the height of the terrine.

  4. Tamp again

  5. Tamp lightly with a board.

Read also on sowing

  • Other sowing techniques

Video: Starting Seedlings with Awesome Weed Block and Homemade Seedling Trays (October 2020).