Heat damage to new germinated seedlings

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I started some new seeds at the wrong time, the outdoor temperatures are in the 80s F. I have a tent inside of a garage with no air conditioning. This is the one seedling that survived, if you can even say that. I replanted it, gave a little water and sat it outside in indirect sunlight. What are its chances?
 
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I started some new seeds at the wrong time, the outdoor temperatures are in the 80s F. I have a tent inside of a garage with no air conditioning. This is the one seedling that survived, if you can even say that. I replanted it, gave a little water and sat it outside in indirect sunlight. What are its chances?
should of buried it much deeper at least.
 
mysticepipedon

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There are a few living cells in that thing, but as a seedling it's a goner.

If it's 80F outside, it could be a lot hotter in the tent in your garage. Do you have a thermometer or temp data logger in there?
 

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