Vegetables: transplanting

Unless sown directly into their final positions, sooner or later, young vegetable plants have to be set out in the soil. This a crucial stage when the plants are vulnerable to stress from cold and drought, and also vulnerable to birds, slugs and other pests.

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Vegetables: transplanting

Quick facts

Suitable for Young vegetable plants
Timing Late winter until mid-autumn
Difficulty Moderate

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