How to Grow/Start Tomato Seeds Indoors in Peat Pellets – The Rusted Garden 2014

My basic method for starting tomato seeds in peat pellets. You can do the same with pepper seeds. Peat pellets are best used for growing single plants. It is…
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15 Responses to “How to Grow/Start Tomato Seeds Indoors in Peat Pellets – The Rusted Garden 2014”

  1. Urban Garden Survival Reply February 16, 2014 at 2:13 am

    With Spring coming in the US, this would be a great tip for getting plants
    started. I live in sub-tropical area in Australia, so can pretty much grow
    tomatoes all year round… but do have some problems to contend with…
    Thanks for the video… :) 

  2. Thumperlane Homestead Reply February 16, 2014 at 2:55 am

    Envious you started your tomatoes already!!! I do ours in a few days. Nice
    video! You have me hooked…I had to subscribe!

  3. Nice tips and tricks +Gary Pilarchik…good video!

  4. Charm City Balcony Garden Reply February 16, 2014 at 3:58 am

    pencil, that is a creative idea for getting the right depth! Thanks gary.

  5. I can’t wait to get my mini greenhouse going :D I want to start some trays
    now. Can I start them indoors in front of my south window then put them in
    my greenhouse this spring?

  6. Tweezers, Gary, tweezers! LOL

  7. Excellent vid!

  8. My quick and basic method for starting tomatoes in peat pellets. I show you
    some tomatoes that were started that way too.

  9. Jaime Alvaro Burbano Cuellar Reply February 16, 2014 at 7:18 am

    Who do you recommend for the peat pellets?

  10. Gary I’m having a little problem with my tomatoe seedlings the leaves look
    healthy but noticing some yellowing of some of the leaves maybe my light is
    to close

  11. the last frost date here is may 10th so should i start my peppers and
    tomatoes on march 1st?

  12. Peat pellets are horrible.. I have no idea why you’d recommend them.

  13. You’re already starting tomato seeds inside. when can you plant those out
    in Maryland? Just wondering because i am going to start mine on the 20th of
    February. Won’t beadle to plant them out tell early April maybe even May,
    here in Oregon zone 8b

  14. ..thank you