I lost all but 2 of my first sprouts. As others have said, they sort of seemed to run out of steam and keel over. I put them outside but that didn't help. I put the last two or three remaining pathetic little sprouts in a raised bed with horse manure compost with bone meal and vegetable fertilizer mixed in under a waterproof portable greenhouse at the beginning of April or the end of March. Those three starts really turned the corner and are doing well. I added seeds at that time to the same bed and a few of those sprouted too and look to be doing well. They really do like the warmth. The seeds did not germinate outside until about the beginning of May. I think these seeds are worth the effort even if you don't get many plants out of them. I will have a good enough row for my uses this year. I wish I could post a picture! One of the first pathetic starts I planted started to turn pink this past week.
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