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Sunday, 27 Mar 11 Sunny 3°C / 38°F

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It took about one week for borage, sweet pea, basil, leek, and nasturiums to sprout. It was a few days quicker for the picking cucs. It is relatively warm in the basement and I have been watering by putting water in the trays and letting it get soaked up. Lights stay on for about 16 hours/day.

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Day 7

Borage

Borago officinalis

Day 7

Basil, Large Leaf

Ocimum basilicum

Day 7

Leek

Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum

Day 7

Cucumber, Pickling

Cucumis sativus

Day 7

Sweet Pea

Lathyrus odoratus

Day 7

Nasturtiuim

Tropaeolum minus

basement garden

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Jersey City

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