Two items that are likely already in your kitchen can give indoor seeds and seedlings a leg-up.
Cover seed flats with a sheet of plastic wrap after you've sown your seeds. This will keep the atmosphere humid and stop the soil from drying out. Lift the plastic wrap for a few minutes each day to allow fresh air to circulate. Remove it once the seeds have sprouted.
Lay a sheet of aluminum foil underneath flats once the seedlings have come up. It will reflect and maximize the available light.
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