This is my first year starting plants from seeds. I have tomato, basil, cabbage and broccoli all started (we are in zone 5b)....they are growing in newspaper pots made from the pot maker - so smaller than farmer cathy's version and are growing under flourescent lights (one cool, one warm).
Up until now they have been growing well. Yesterday I started to notice that the first set of leaves that came up (those from the seed, not the true leaves) are turning yellow, and I am worried about them....what can I do? I have been watering them approx. every other day, maybe every three days with a little spritz in between. They are growing in a mix of compost, vermiculite and peat moss. What can I do to make sure they don't die? I will be so sad
Also, do I need to repot them all into bigger pots before putting them out? The tomato plants have about 4 true leaves on them, the rest only two.
I was so happy that they were doing well, then I saw the plants they were selling at Home Depot last week and got a little sad that mine look so tiny still
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Simon (7), Keegan (5), Ezra (3) and Baylen (born 11/11/14)