Wierd Slump


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hi, i planted a new seedling outside about 2 weeks ago (they will be put inside in the winter) and yesterday it was standing tall, but today when i checked it it was in a wierd slump where about 1/2 inch of stem under the leaves is going straight up, then about 3 to 4 inches of the stem are parrallell to the ground, and then it is straight again close to the soil, is this a problem or is my plant just doing it to get more light??

Ps. it is in a old coffee pot if that is any help
Well, if I had to guess I'd say for sure they airn't getting enough light, most weed is being harvested right now not planted, depending on where you live, you could be getting anywhere from 10-12 hours of light a day, this all is due to what latitude you live at and the earth's tilt as it goes aroudn the sun.
Hours of Daylight by Latitude - Table - MSN Encarta
Here is a light table.

I hope I've helped!
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