When I touch the pellet, it feels very dry. That is why I added water. I do it with a spray bottle and not directly on the seedling. I read that it should be damp. I knw there are many other variables.
Is this one possible to continue if I leave it for a bit, or should I start a new one?
From what I understand that the seedling does not take water up through the roots but instead through the leafs, why you need high humidity (doom)clear cup of some sort and just mist the inside of cup 2 time a day
What you are seeing is actually the root. I had the tray covered so apparently it was receiving enough moisture. I took a chance and simply removed it from the starter mix and replanted it right end up. I could actually see what looked like leaves when I did this. I buried her completely. Surprisingly she figured it out and survived. She is a little delayed and not as robust as her sisters but alive non the less. Here she is 30 days after she was moved to the 6’ pot
Would you suggest to replant or dome her? You can see the seed case with the some green in the second image. This was after I tweaked her out of the soil. I was optimistic she would go because a few hours later she looked to be more upright.
I am struggling with Jack Herer auto seedlings too. They have totally stalled out. I can’t tell if they want water don’t want it. Light, dome, you name it. And to add to that, I can’t get mt DIY light to fire up.