What's your temperature and humidity sitting at? They look over watered to me. They should need minimal watering at this stage. Almost would say spraying is
right now 78° and no humidifier
and thanks Dale for replying.
Do you have a hydrometer? What is the current RH?
please give more details like type of soil, lights , nutrients . you dont give enough for someone to really be able to help you . give as much details as you can
Here’s is the soil I used. info from the soil is in the other picture.
thanks for the reply.
@scottwoodwardbass That makes sense. This soil is built to hold its moisture and has a time release fertilization. What they have recommended is to use this in a garden or raised beds and not in pots or containers, but I read a couple instances where people had success with it. I would not water or feed these for a bit. Just keep the surface sprayed and if you can grab a hydrometer then find out what you're sitting at. Hopefully the soil isn't too hot for the pots.
That makes perfect sense. I’m an old dude but newb and this was some soil we use for tomatoes.
I really only water when the meter says dry but I have been keeping the top moist.
I’m also using two12x12 led lighting pane About 10 inches away. I have three when the plants get larger.
if they make it when I transplant I’ll use different soil. I have nice clothes pots for them.
thanks again for the info.
also try to finetune the distance and intensity of the lights. hang them higher untill you see the seedlinks trying to strech to find the light. and then you go on from there as they grow bigger . lighting / nutrition / temp / humidity is one system really . if one is off all problems start imo. good luck
Thanks man. I appreciate all the advice.
Looks like light burn to me. my light says 30 inches above plants at 25% power when seedlings May be able to check manufacturer for details on light distance from plants during the different stages of growth.