Stunted Veggie Seedlings
On October 1st, I started an organic vegetable garden in a community garden in Boca Raton. This is my first attempt at gardening in South Florida. The garden provided the soil for our raised beds and I added some Black Kow amendments. I have heirloom tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, cauliflower and beans that are doing pretty well. I have sown seeds of carrots, beets, leeks and radishes which all sprouted, but that's as far as they have gotten. The seeds were sown around the first of October. My radish seedlings looked great in the beginning and eventually yellowed and died. I tried sowing them again and the same thing happened. My leeks are looking ragged. The carrots are hanging on and showing a small sign of improvement, as well as the beets, but very little growth. I water daily, but wonder if I should add more amendments to the soil and re-sow the seeds? Any advice for a novice South Florida gardener just trying to grow a few veggies?