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issue hi guys im really at a loss as to why im experiencing all these issues

hi guys
im really at a loss as to why im experiencing all these issues. i have at the present, sweet pointed pepper, finger chilli, reb bell , yellow bell, aji lemon,, romano. 1 scotch bonnet. out of all these , for me to have all the issues i have seems blooddy bad luck... new compost, bug spray to irradicate bugs, fresg water .... most seedlings are under humidty domes,, yet te rate of growth is such that winter will be here before they get above 3 inches...

im a bit dispondant right now.
 
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hi guys
just an update, it seem that when i potted my seedlings, i packedthe soil too tight. ive repotted the seedlings that all seemmto wanting to grow, they all had this bulbous part of te stem that lookedlikeit was bursting to breakout. they are now in a much less packed pot so we'll see how they get on.

cheers chaza
I see that the soil is covered in green algae, it could be the cause of too much humidity, the algae can act as a plug and create hydration problems and consequently development problems for the plant. You can remove that layer with a teaspoon and water when the soil is dry. Over-hydrated plants tend to become droopy
 
I see that the soil is covered in green algae, it could be the cause of too much humidity, the algae can act as a plug and create hydration problems and consequently development problems for the plant. You can remove that layer with a teaspoon and water when the soil is dry. Over-hydrated plants tend to become droopy
Thanks for that, it's good to know. I'll remove it tomorrow.

Cheers
 
Hey don't sweat it, we all can say we've been in these same situations and if you haven't your lying. It's not just throwing some dirt in a container and adding a seed. The trial and error along with interest of the whole process will lead to better growing. I sure you'd do a lot of things different already, your on your way.
Second to the no pruning, they been thru enough.
 
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Hi guys
Anyone know why my leaves seem curly or infected.. it doesn't look ok to me... they get bug sprayed...
 

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Well, chaza
I am not sure.
The yellow could be from pH issue. The curled leaves could just be stress on the plants.
If the soil is good then the plant will adjust and grow new leaves and drop the old leaves when they are used.
Make sure you are giving them dry period in between watering.
Don't keep them too moist and see how they do.
 
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