When does it make sense to just buy the things? It seems like the way to go about right now!
Who do people buy them from?
500-1000 plants per order every couple of weeks probably wouldn't garner much in the way of a decent price?
Dealing with any transplant smaller than a six pack type is totally new to me. I bought 10 ea. of 72 and 128 cell trays.
My first try with broccoli and cabbage I transplanted up from 72" to 2" blocks and old six packs and those did o.k. and some have been transpanted to the garden. Is this how you do it?
Actually I did start basil and pepper in 72's last spring. Potted up the peppers before moving them into the garden, and stuck most of the basil in the garden from the 72's. I read people are doing these things in much smaller cells! What do you guys and gals do with these trays? Where do you work with them...in the hoop houses?
Can the 72's go right into the garden? With what types of plants?
One more thing, do you succession plant onions and leeks? I am buying some transplants from Dixon something farms in Texas and their whole site seems to be set up around on planting per zip code?