Advice please!!

Discussion in 'Propagation Methods & Advice' started by Lee Holmes, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. Lee Holmes

    Lee Holmes New Member

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    We have just taken delivery of some lovely chilli seeds. I need some advice to get the buggers going! We now live in Southern Spain, day time temps are 19°C in the shade, but 39°C in direct Sun. Night time temps are about 14°C. We have no heating inside the house, so it stays about 17°C day and night indoors. We don't have a Propagator nor access to one so we have to work with what we've got. None of these temperatures are ideal to get the seeds going (too hot and too cold), any suggestions please?

    Many thanks

    Lee
     
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    heefy New Member

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    Just go for it and see what happens. Germination will take a while at 17 degrees.
     
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  3. Mart_UK

    Mart_UK New Member

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    If you don't have a propagator, use an empty ice cream tub with a lid. will do a decent job. either put the seeds in coir pellets or damp kitchen roll.
     
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