This week is the week to start seeds if you live in areas with growing periods of less than about 100 days. Tomatoes, peppers, bush beans, herbs, melons, and gourds can all be started in trays with humidity domes and adequate sunlight. Cool weather veggies like broccoli and cauliflower should be started in humidity domes starting in sunlight and then moved to a cool place after germination. Some peppers require tray heaters to get them to germinate. If you do not have tray heaters a good alternative is a closed oven with the oven light left on. This will keep a temperature of just over 100 degrees perfect for germinating these warm weather seeds.
IMPORTANT: REMEMBER THAT THE TRAYS ARE IN THE OVEN AND TO REMOVE THEM IF YOU NEED TO PREHEAT THE OVEN!!!