Sowing in terrine is perfectly suited to cultivation under cover.
Thanks to the small holes located below the terrine, the drainage will operate efficiently.
Make a seedling in a terrine
Have clay balls at the bottom of the terrine (about 1 to 2 cm) to improve drainage.
Fill the terrine 2/3 of a potting soil special seedlings or a substrate that you have prepared based on peat blonde or potting soil (half) and river sand (half).
Equalize then with a float or a wooden board and add some potting soil to reach 3/4 of the height of the terrine.
Tamp lightly with a board.
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