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Normally I put in on the soil as a soil improver, but it's worth a try. Seed compost doesn't have a lot of nutrients so as old compost will be depleted in them it could work in theory. I'll definitely try it for the carrots
I have some gazania kiss seeds, the packet says;
Sow: Feb-April on the surface of lightly firmed moist seed compost (cover with a fine sprinkling of vermiculite, place in a propogator or warm place and keep at between 20-25c (do not exclude light) germinates in 2-4 weeks
Hope thats helpfull..
Keep them moist aswell
I always think it is best to start with fresh compost -you then know what germinates is what you have sown- and not rogue seedlings
Spread spent compost on the beds-buy fresh for growing- it is worth it.