Medusa Pepper Seedlings...

RookieJoJoMay 23, 2011

Okay, so I got a packet of seeds and it said to sow them 2 inches deep. I noticed there was no sign of growth or germination, so today I did a bit of research online and it actually said to sow them 1/4" deep. I went over to my pepper "plant" and loosened up some soil, poured it out and found 3 little seedlings. The problem is, they're white. I'm under the assumption that this is normal considering they were under all that soil and that they'll recover after a few days. Can anyone confirm this? Or are they dead?

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Let them have some light and they might recover.

    Bookmark   May 23, 2011 at 5:29AM
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kosherbaker(LA CA-10)

JoJo this is the stage where they need to be hardened off, i.e. get used to the sun slowly.

    Bookmark   May 23, 2011 at 11:38PM
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