trimming leeks?

GilsumGirl(z5 SW NH)April 6, 2005

I've got onion and leek seedlings coming along nicely in the greenhouse, and I've been trimming the onions to 3-4" as I've been reading to do in order to promote root growth and limit top growth until they're set out. But here's my question: should I be doing the same with the leeks?

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paquebot(Z-4b WI)

Yes, leek seedlings may be given the same treatment as onion seedlings.


    Bookmark   April 8, 2005 at 10:24AM
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