Planning and experimenting and documenting them both will increase efficiency and results for, hopefully, better health and wealth.
It has been about 2 weeks since I planted the peas (re-thinking, it's been about 2 weeks since they sprouted). I started late.
The peas, two varieties, the names I will document later, were the only seeds planted; the others - eggplant, broccoli, tomatoes and a few herbs - were bought as seedlings. The broccoli and peas are growing slow but well, the tomatoes grew noticeably faster with commercial fertilizer than without, the eggplant started slow and yellow for about 5 days before I feed (fed) with (tomato) fertilizer which, in a few days, (seemingly) caused them to "green up" and now have nice new growth. O, yeah, the watermelon seedlings look fine but are slow growing.
Organization and structure and careful implementation after research will make for easier work and less effort for the many things to follow.