Should I Remove the Cotyledon?
One of my seedlings didn't shed it's shell, so the cotyledon's started to rot. As it grew, very slowly, I realized the problem and finally took it off. Once I removed the shell, it took off, the cotyledon's opened up, I see the beginnings of the true leaves coming out.
My question is, the cotyledon's are still dark, but not as bad as before. However they are all black now. Would removing them, allow the true leaves to grow and allow the seedling to focus on growing the leaves, versus trying to save the bad cotyledon's?
If it matters, I started this seedling 21 days ago, but it's been really slow to root and grow.
Below is a link so you can see it close up.
Here is a link that might be useful: Black Cotyledons
This post was edited by kelela92 on Thu, Oct 3, 13 at 0:38