Here are the things I'm going to try and do differently to get some healthy seedlings going in my dim cave of an apartment:
1. Carefully log how much time the tray gets under the grow lights via spreadsheet, so the seeds don't get a sporadic source of light. I think this may have contributed to my "spindly" seedling problem in my first attempt.
2. Log watering times.
3. Figure out a way to keep my shop lights cool, so I can have intense light (good) without intense heat (bad).
Garden quote of the day:
"If you aren't killing plants, you aren't stretching yourself as a gardener."
Yeah, that's true. But my hope is that something will survive. I still have a few fighters left over from the Plastic Cover Tray Massacre, so we'll see if they can make it...
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