West Life: Only a few weeks away from starting seeds

Tomato seeds take longer to start than many other vegetables. The CSU Cooperative Extenstion suggests you start seeds indoors 5-7 weeks prior to the last frost date.



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Tomato seeds take longer to start than many other vegetables. The CSU Cooperative Extenstion suggests you start seeds indoors 5-7 weeks prior to the last frost date.

My green thumb is getting so itchy that I’m about to go out and buy a Chia pet, just to see something fresh and spring-like in my house. Some of my friends have already planted seeds in…




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