Vegetables can be grown from seeds without purchasing seeds.

Growing vegetables from seeds is one of the main aspects of gardening.The article will show you how to grow vegetables from the seeds.

Step 1: You can spread the newspaper out.

Step 2: The strips of newspaper should be taken off.

The newspaper pot is bigger if the strip is wider.

Step 3: Use a cylindrical object to roll the newspaper.

When rolling to form the bottom, make sure 1 inch is left off the object.

Step 4: Push in the bottoms and try to make some small holes.

Step 5: Either glue or tape it together.

Step 6: Cut the vegetable in half.

Cucumber, bell pepper, peppers, and eggplants are some vegetables that can be used.You can use pumpkins, squash, and papaya.

Step 7: You can remove the seeds with a spoon or your fingers.

Try not to remove it.

Step 8: Put the seeds in the water.

The pulp can be thrown away.

Step 9: Put the seeds in a container and wash them.

Step 10: The seeds should be placed on a dry surface.

Paper towel, glass surface, etc.To make sure the seeds don't stick, flip them over.

Step 11: Place them in a container or jar.

Step 12: The newspaper cup/designated pot/container should be filled with soil.

Don't fill too much.

Step 13: The seeds should be placed in the container.

You might be able to fit more or less depending on the container size.If you can fit 5 pots, it will be better to have 4.Don't cram all the pots in.

Step 14: If the seeds are large, cover them with just a little soil.

Leave the seeds uncovered if they are small.

Step 15: Water every day.

The soil should be moist.You can check with your finger.If the soil is dry, spray it with water.

Step 16: Find out what your seed is.

If your seed does not grow in 5 days or less, don't give up.Tomatoes will grow after 10 days, or like basil, after 3 days.

Step 17: Don't transplant too fast.

It is important that the seeds are strong enough to be moved out of the container.Once a second set of leaves appear, the plants are ready to be moved.Wait for them to be bigger and leafier.If you leave the container lid open you can see if the seedlings do well.They will recover if they put the lid on.

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