Things are starting to get busy here. This week I potted up the lettuces, basil and dill. I had planted to much dill and lettuce, so some of the seedlings went into the compost pile. This always kills me, but is necessary. I don't have unlimited space inside or out. Everything is looking good, but there is a white fungus starting on my onions. I've started spraying them with a diluted hydrogen peroxide mix. Hopefully that will keep them healthy. Onions have been my nemesis in the past.
This was also the time for me to start the next round of seeds. The list for today is:
Prize Choy pac choi
Early Jersey wakefield cabbage
Black beauty eggplant
Big Red bell pepper
Quadrato D'Asti gallo pepper
This is my first year growing the Asian greens, eggplants and flowers. The rest I've grown in one form or another, although many are new varieties to me. Everything is on a heat mat. The eggplants and peppers will stay on the heat mat until they are ready to go outside.
There are some signs of impending spring around here, but we still have at least another month until anything can be done outside. They are predicting snow over much of the week, it is still February in New England.