Thank you, I have only messed with one of them that fell over I had to tie it up so it wasn't laying in the dirt but otherwise I have been hands off. Upon Duggans instructions I pre soaked the soil with 1/4 tea and 1/4 trans drench for a couple days before planting then upon planting I lightly sprinkled a little water on top and that is it and they probably will not need anything else for a couple more weeks or maybe longer it depends on when the pots dry up and are light again before I water again. Other then that I will be hands off. I am still checking them every day and turning the pots but I don't touch the plants. I don't mind not messing with them, I know I will have plenty of time later to train then flip so I am enjoying the hands off time. the thing I got agitated about was those dam seeds not cracking. I also get a little nervous once the seed is planted to make sure it turns into a seedling like the one I am waiting on now LolBerrrrrr... 17 degrees this morning, no denying it now...winter has now arrived in the northeast.
Morning PC, how goes the grow? Any pictures yet,
I don’t know what part of the country your from but those seedling need to b kept safe,warm,with not to much luv. Try not to fuss with them to much. My humble opinion don’t overthink this or overwater.