Vegetable Transplant Photos

Click for a larger image. Move brassica seedlings outdoors or into a cool environment to prevent leggy growth. (Photo courtesy of James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Cucumbers are an important component of the vegetable transplant mix. (Photo courtesy of Lane Greer)
Click for a larger image. While low fertility results in more hardy, compact vegetable transplants, poorly toned seedlings can be detrimental to retail sales. (Photo courtesy of James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Successive sowings of okra, a Southern favorite, provide a longer sales period. (Photo courtesy of James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Be prepared for fast growth with larger containers. (Photo courtesy of Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Hot, banana, and bell peppers should be included in the vegetable transplant mix. (Photo courtesy of Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Donít be surprised if radish seedlings donít meet your expectations as an ideal vegetable transplant. (Photo courtesy of James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Squash are an important component of the vegetable transplant mix. (Photo courtesy of Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Heirloom varieties such as German Johnson types are a popular favorite in North Carolina. (Photo courtesy of Brian E. Whipker)
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Low phosphorus fertilization is recommended for maintaining compact tomato transplants. (Photo courtesy of James L. Gibson)

Click for a larger image. Larger cell sizes are necessary for healthy watermelon transplants. (Photo courtesy of Lane Greer)
Click for a larger image. These zucchini plants are too young to require fertilization. (Photo courtesy of Lane Greer)

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