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Re: baking dirt

I started my seeds some time ago in Peters Redi-Earth potting soil and seed 
starting mix. I am eager to try some of the recommendations posted although 
what I have seems to have worked. I have a tray of seedlings that are now 
putting out third and fourth leaves.

Now what do I do? This is all new ground for me. 

    Should I back off my 24hour light routine?
    Should I begin fertilizing them?
    What type and strength of fertilizer should I use. 
    Should I transplant them so the roots don't become to entangled? 
    Should I use a different medium if I transplant?
    Should I stick with the Peters and begin fertilizing? 
    Should I just let you come and do this for me?
    Should I give this whole thing up and leave you poor people alone?

Your help and experience are greatly appreciated.


Layne Holdahl
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