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Old March 6, 2017   #16
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Thanks for the time and effort you put into these. I had downloaded them several years ago but when I got my new laptop a couple of years ago I didn't have them on it. They were on my external backup hard drive that crashed, they don't make 'em like they used to. Unfortunately, they had not been backed up to DVD. Time to do that now. Thanks again.
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Old March 6, 2017   #17
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I've been mapping for years using the # system. Starting using these last year. Very
handy to have but found a typo.
Jumped from 40 to 90 for a 72 cell 1020. Not a problem as i'll just number the cells later. I didn't notice last year since i had three cells per variety...three different trays.

I just label with the # on the pot-up pot. By plant-out i know most what is what.

Having a pic of the map on both our phones is great. No labels to get lost or stolen by
a puppy. (a kitty years ago sat by the start tray and pulled them out one-by-one)
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Old March 13, 2017   #18
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Just printed out one chart to use soon, very handy. Thank you very much for the beautiful work. I now also know how to plant parsnips, who knew they need soaking!
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Hi there.

In the UK we seem to have 7 x 12 seed trays so I made a PDF for my own use, Here's a copy if anyone finds it useful:
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Old January 31, 2018   #20
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It appears these are no longer available.
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Old January 31, 2018   #21
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I can still access Feldon's originals on the first page of the thread, which ones were not coming up for you?
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Old January 31, 2018   #22
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I tried at work and home and it says Unable to connect

Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at www.feldoncentral.com. I even clicked the link further down to his site, The Unconventional Tomato and got the same thing. I have them downloaded on a disk at home, I just need to find it.
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Linkies no worky for me either.
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Old January 31, 2018   #24
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I have my own similar method but I type (or cut/paste) everything out on my computer. Don't forget to mark the front of your trays with a tray # so you have an orientation marked!
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Old January 31, 2018   #25
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Gosh, I really like this .. makes more sense to me to do it this way then use the little wooden sticks (that fade over time) .. another reason why I love reading this forum!
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Old January 31, 2018   #26
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I tried at work and home and it says Unable to connect

Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at www.feldoncentral.com. I even clicked the link further down to his site, The Unconventional Tomato and got the same thing. I have them downloaded on a disk at home, I just need to find it.
I see what you mean. The charts I have used before must still be in my browser memory, they come up fine, but when I click on ones I never used I get the 404 Not Found message. Guess I better print up a bunch of extras before I clear my cache. Don't know if Feldon's still around, he hasn't posted for a while.
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They are available again.
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I kept a spreadsheet tray map of my seedlings for many years, but several times got them mixed up by rearranging (due to height differences under the lights) or dropping the tray. Now I just jot a letter or two on the individual plastic pots with a sharpie and I can move them around all I want without worry. Each year I cross off the old letters and reuse the pots.

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