Peppers no growth
I'm just a little concerned, its been just about a month here after i transplanted my seedlings (diff types of peppers and tomatoes) and havent seen much growth. Especially my cayenne and jalapeno's. The seedlings are about 6 inches still, and hardly any movement the last week. The weather has also been great last few days.
I had similar issues last year and ended up basically with dying peppers that resulted in no fruits or growth.
This year i rotated with new appropriate soil in my planters, added fertilizier, water appropriately. added mulch. Figured i have been doing every thing right so far, but i dont want to end up like last year with no peppers. Am i being paranoid as a new gardner? will they bounce back? should i replace the seedlings that arent growing while early in season stiil? i dont want another season like last
Two years ago i had 2 cayanne plants in the smallest box and they grew beautifully. Last year expanded to very big outdoor space for plenty of plants and saw terrible results, and seeing not much results (except tomato) so far this season
would appreciate any help or advice.