I am very low on potting compost, so I had to keep racing out and digging up fresh mole hils of soil and mixing it in with the compost.
It makes it go further but I need about two more sacks to complete the pricking out work. I have trays and trays to go.
And it never ceases to delight me that seeds can germinate so quickly and turn into mini plants.
I use a chop stick to prize apart the little seedlings. No matter how hard you work to sow the seeds as thinly as possible you invariably end up with a clump.
But by holding the leaves and pulling while levering with a chopstick underneath, the plants come away without too many casulties,
All I need to do is stop Artur from lying on the newly pricked out plants. There are just so many perils from seed to plant.