I’m pretty sure this is stretching? I just want to get some other eyes on it.
It’s a sour d auto planted last Wednesday
Yes , that would be considered stretching not uncommon with seedlings. When you plant it in a pot plant it down enough so you can backfill the stem
Up to about an inch from the top. It will be fine.
Ok cool thank you. It was a chick cause I left Saturday and came back yesterday and she was y’all! Haha
Personally I would cut that net off of the little pod before I planted it, the net can interfere with roots expanding. Good luck
Ok thank you. I haven’t seen any roots start to show out the bottoms yet. When do u think is a good time to replant?
It usually takes me about 15 days from the time they pop heads out to see roots coming out the bottom of my seed starter cups and that’s when I transplant.
FYI I closed your other topic on the same thing. Please refrain from opening multiple posts on the same thing. If you want more traffic, tag people please.
Ok thank you. I reposted cause I thought I put it in the wrong section.
Ok thank you. I went to go check on her and her leaves are dropping a little bit. I didn’t water sat/sun. But I watered today. Do you think it’s over or under watering?
For seedlings I use a clear Dome and Mist inside of Dome couple times a day that will keep your humidity high. Seedlings take very little water. Small seedlings haven’t developed a root system yet to up take water. Yes drooping leafs are probably from overwatering.
Scuice the stam or put a fan onit will slow the process.
Light source need to be closer to it.
The bigger question is… were the leaves drooping before you watered? If not there is no need to water. A little seedling at around room temp can go for days without being watered in the right medium. At first sign of wilting and I mean right before wilt is the optimum time to water. That means the plant is asking for water and will respond to being watered within 10 minutes. The leaves will jack themselves right back up and be turgid. When you notice root coming out of the peat pot its time to pot up.
@Cannabian. I agree well said. Overwatering and underwatering seems to be one of the most common issues . Thanks