While the idea of growing food in your backyard is really appealing, if you factor in your time and expenses, those veggies could end up costing you more than organic produce at the store. One way to alleivate the costs of veggies is to start them from seeds. Seeds are much cheaper than starter plants and often grow larger and absorb more nutrients because their roots aren’t coiled in the bottom of starter containers. In this episode of D-I-Why Not?, we explore how to start your veggies and herbs from seed in the most cost and time efficient ways possible.
Need more tips on building your own veggie garden? Check out this episode of Health Nuts on How To Grow Food at Home.