1. Increasing the organic matter in your soil will solve many of your gardening problems.
2. Store your seeds in an air-tight container with some silica gel to keep them dry.
4. For glossy green leaves and prolific production, pee on your lemon tree.
5. Keep your seed pots full – sow more seeds as soon as you transplant your seedlings into the garden.
6. Seed labels can be your garden diary – include the variety and date of sowing.
7. Use a head-torch to find slugs and snails at night or to pick your crops in the dark.
8. Bare soil is bad soil – cover it with mulch or plants (or both) as soon as possible.
9. Soak edible leaves in a sink of water with a teaspoon of salt added for ten minutes, spin dry in a salad spinner.
10. Protect your crops from wind, birds, dogs and cats using concrete reinforcing mesh fences.
Kings Seeds has 25% off online orders of microgreens until 30 June 2012 (excluding microgreens starter kit).