My seedling did not crack the surface of the rock wool. So I replanted it and covered it with a ziplock bag and placed it in the humidity dome. Any advice?
Not me my friend.Is there any experienced growers in Springfield, MO? I could use some help with growing.
There's is such thing of to much moisture.The roots zone loves a high humid environment but that can cause leaf rot. Once you have leaf material, start opening the vents on the dome. You can even take it off if you can keep the medium moist most of the time. I like to go in and plop a few drops in under the leaves on the main stem and let it trickle down into the medium. I do that every twelve hours or so in a normal situation.I'm struggling, I've killed 12 seedlings in a month! The humidity dome with the germination thermometer haven't really been kind to me as of yet. The seedlings keep stretching and have brown roots. Need help for sure.