I dont know if this is natural or something is wrong. I have tested the pH on my soil and run off, with neg. results for either ,high or low, pH. They haven’t always been this color, dark green when it broke soil. Then slowly lightened up.
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Normally a seedling this size wouldn’t be watered a second time yet, especially not to run off in a container that size. They’ll damp off, what it looks like. If you catch it and repot there’s a chance.
I was thinking that as well. I redrilled my drainage holes. Her color came back.