Eggplant sowing

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    joliegojoliego
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    Is it ok to directly sow the eggplant in a plot or garden bed? What’s the disadvantages?

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    wvlandscapingwvlandscaping
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    Yeah I think so.

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    eco warriorEco warrior
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    Good question there; haven’t tried though. But in my humble opinion, it’s possible but then, given that the seeds are so small, you might end up getting only a few from what you sowed survive. Chances are wind may blow it away and/or birds may pick it for food.

    But let’s hear some other people who’ve tried it. 🙂

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    greensoulgreensoul
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    Well, it’s a question of temperature outside. In tropical zones, you may directly sow it in the garden. In colder places, it’s quite risky to do that considering there may be frost in spring. Newly sprout seedlings are too tiny and will surely not survive!


    In gardening, there’s always something you can’t control.  This makes the experience so humbling. 🙂

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    farsanaashiqfarsanaashiq
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    Very informative.

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