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I would like to plant kohlrabi this spring. According to what I read, the temperature for germination is higher (77-86F) than the temperature (60-65) for normal plant growth. Would it be possible for me to do some direct composting, then plant the seeds on top of that? Rationale: The direct composting would produce heat to encourage germination, then when done composting the temperature would go down enough for the plants to grow.
 
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