can you direct sow cold weather veggies in FL?
I was wondering if due to the long growing season, it's possible to direct sow cold weather vegetables, rather than use transplants.
You use transplants for cold weather veggies where I'm at, since the growing season is so short, that if you don't use transplants for them, you don't get a harvest.
The main things I'm wondering if I can direct seed rather than use transplants for cool weather veggies are...
All the varieties of seed I'd use would be for early-maturing varieties. (the lettuce typically takes about 42-45 days; I have a variety of broccoli that also takes around 40 days, and a couple cabbage varieties that take between 40-60 days).