Starting Seeds in Soil Blocks

Learn how to make soil blocks and plant seeds in them, with Tricia from Peaceful Valley Grow Organic. By using soil blocks you can cut your supply costs, reduce resource consumption and prevent transplant shock. (The hiss in the background is a much-needed rainstorm!)

Tricia is using a Ladbrooke Soil Blocker.
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A planting dibber makes the delicate work of sowing seeds and transplanting seedlings easy.

Use a garden sieve to sift and sort your soil before sowing seed.

Browse all of our seed-starting resources, tools and special seed-packet collections from Renee’s Garden.

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