Seed starting lighting

Very new beginner. I have started my seeds in a cup of water and 3% hydrogen perioxide mix. 2 Gold Leaf Fem and 2 Sour Diesel Fem. they have been in the liquid for 24hours. One of each has cracked. I currently don’t have electricity due to building a new house. My question is: when I plant them in a few days should I plant directly outside or place in window sill? I know neither is ideal but I’m hoping they will still grow. I will be planting in Happy Frog soil and perlite mixture in solo cup. Then will finally transplant into 10 gallon fabric pots.

Welcome to the forum! Will the plants be grow outside or is is just to get them started?

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  • Gold Leaf (fem) and Sour Diesel (fem) from ILGM
  • Method: Organic soil
  • Vessels: Fabric Pots,
  • PH of Water, Solution, runoff (if Applicable) I dont know
  • PPM/TDS or EC of nutrient solution if applicable Also don’t know
  • Outdoor
  • Sunlight
  • Temps; 80s - 90s during day and 60s - 70s at night
  • Humidity ~ 50 % during day

If your intent is to grow outside I would put them out side from the start. You would not need to harden them up on the transition from indoor to outdoor then. Take my advise with a grain of salt I don’t grow outside.

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Welcome to the forum! I’m not really an outdoor grower, but it seems like you could go either way. I see a lot of experienced outdoor growers keep them in shady area most of the day gradually increasing the amount of time they get full sun.