Through the Juniper Gardens Farm Business Development Program, I've been given space in KCCUA's greenhouse to start transplants. My spring started in late January. :)
Here's a shot of this year's first round of tomatoes...big and healthy! We're trying a different method of starting transplants: soil blocking. Instead of plastic inserts, we use a fancy tool to shape the soil into cubes. This prevents a problem called root circling...I like it because it reduces our need for plastic. Regardless, the litmus test is the quality of the transplants, and they're looking good so far!