I'm new to starting from seeds and learning a little everyday. The romaine lettuce seems to favor more moisture and the small fan blowing a gentle breeze is helping them from becoming leggy. I've had the leggy issue and it's frustrating! Setting up the fan on low, making sure everything is getting enough water, light or heat is keeping them alive. I noticed how much more attention seedlings need as they emerge. It has been a couple of days and my jalapenos haven't germinated yet, could it be wrong temperature or bad seeds? I read that peppers can be a challenge.
I'm eager to use the new deep-root tray from gardeners.com I received the other day as a birthday gift. It arrived late because whoever packed the box with other items I ordered forgot to put the tray inside so it got shipped separately. In addition, I needed organic germinating soil mix and that turned out to be backordered so my plans on sowing the heirloom tomatoes will be delayed. Hopefully, it won't be too late to plant more tomatoes! However, it's probably a great idea to have something to look forward to making gardening much more exciting.
Deep-root seedstarting tray with a pack of Heirloom Tomatoes waiting to be planted!