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You need to try Silica Gel Packets to dry out the area. Silica Gel will remove all the moisture from the area it prevents Mold, Mildew, Corrosion, Odors or any kind of Moisture Damage, something air drying will not do!
Just Google "Silica Gel Packets" and you will find several companies selling these products. There is also a web site called: http://www.SilicaGelPackets.com that has them.
If they are the indeterminant sort, one plant is just the thing. If they are determinant, then you may have room for additional plants ,as they will not keep adding to their mass. Happy gardening:)
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You can do either, if you purchase a new seed kit you know the varities have been tested and grow in an AeroGarden. If you plant yourself, but sure to look for small or dwarf varities and lean toward water loving plants.
What problems did you have with your other herbs, not basil?
There should be no particular problem. Just sow them about 1 inch (25mm) deep in small pots of seed compost. Germination will take 14-21 days at 75F (24C). Transfer to larger containers of freely-draining soil as they grow.
well i recently also bought a aerogarden classic which i presume you to have it states in the aerogarden hand book in the master gardener kit ( which is a seperate seed kit purchase grow your own seed kit in other words! ) it states " even though great care and consideration is taken into producing the grow pods and selecting of seeds long transportation in humid or wet conditions may destry the seed" but this does not sound like you situation it clearly statets standard germination rate for a aergo garden is 4 days to rwo weeks tops you should also take into consideration if the size of seed some seeds have a greater tolerenace of water and need a bit more time for the water to germinate the seed regarding any more answers feel free to ask me on firstname.lastname@example.org
or easy enough read through this simple PDF its not relevant to the gourmet herb kit but the genral processes apply to all seed kits and gives you some good advice on all aspects from pruning to haarvesting and most challenging of all whe you have fruitnig crop how to polinate.
Hi kadoolittle, some pods do not sprout but can be return for a replacement. Check out the Dill article on the Aerogardeners Wiki for more info on growing it in the Aerogarden. http://aerogardeners.wikia.com/wiki/Dill