Germination& Growth Gourd seeds will take anywhere between 10 to 20 days to germinate successfully.The plants can reach heights of 24 to 30 inches tall, and can spread a good 6 to 12 feet long. Many gardeners use a trellis, or some type of support to grow Gourds vertically.
7 to 14 days But natural light may need help in the North. Eggplant seeds germinate in 7 to 14 days, depending on the heat, moisture provided, and moisture content and age of the seed. Seedlings with two sets of leaves can be transplanted into 4-inch or 2 x 2 x 6-inch pots two to three weeks after germination.
Germination usually takes7-10 days, after which you can move your seedlings to a warm, sunny windowsill (or heated greenhouse). Keep the compost evenly moist but take care not to let it get soaking wet.
5 to 10 days Plant the seeds 1 inch deep into the hills (4 to 5 seeds per hill). Space hills 4 to 8 feet apart. Your plants should germinate in less than a week with the right soil temperature (70 degrees F) and emerge in 5 to 10
Under ideal conditions, spring radish seeds will germinate within three to four days, but may take as long as 10 days. If planted any deeper or exposed to cooler temperatures, the seeds will take longer to germinate and may not germinate at all. Space winter radishes 1/2-inch-deep and 2 to 3 inches apart.
If temperature is kept consistently and sufficiently warm, yourtomato seedswill usuallygerminatewithin 5 to 10 days. Best to keep temperature range 70 to 80F (21 to 27C). The lower the temperature the slower thegermination. However, temperatures below 50F (10C) or above 95F (35C) are poor forgermination.
Because carrot seeds require14 to 21 daysto sprout, many gardeners mix a few radish seeds, which sprout quickly, with carrot seeds to mark the row. Cover the seeds lightly (Fig. 3). Carrots grow best in cool temperatures of early spring and late fall