Plant protectors and newly planted sprouted seeds

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im using super/living soil for an outdoor grow and my sprouted seedlings almost done soaking in their paper towels. Super/living soils are HOT with nutrients so I’m putting the sprouted seeds into peat pellets, and then planting those pellets immediately into their final outdoor growing pots (7gallon). Half my pots are stepwell supersoil the other half Gaia living soil 1-0-0. Should I be using clear plastic plant protectors for the first few days or first week of the sprouted seed/seedlings life? Also do I keep the plant protectors open or closed? (There’s a hole at the top that can be opened or left closed?
literally the last big question I’m worried about to start transferring my sprouted seeds to their growing mediums!! So excited!
this site has taught me so much already just from browsing
 
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im using super/living soil for an outdoor grow and my sprouted seedlings almost done soaking in their paper towels. Super/living soils are HOT with nutrients so I’m putting the sprouted seeds into peat pellets, and then planting those pellets immediately into their final outdoor growing pots (7gallon). Half my pots are stepwell supersoil the other half Gaia living soil 1-0-0. Should I be using clear plastic plant protectors for the first few days or first week of the sprouted seed/seedlings life? Also do I keep the plant protectors open or closed? (There’s a hole at the top that can be opened or left closed?
literally the last big question I’m worried about to start transferring my sprouted seeds to their growing mediums!! So excited!
this site has taught me so much already just from browsing
You described humidity domes, and no don’t use those with sprouted seeds.
 
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You described humidity domes, and no don’t use those with sprouted seeds.
Ok so I can just throw my newly sprouted seeds right from paper towel into the peat pellet and into my super soil? No plant protector needed? Hope they survive once they poke their little heads out of the soil :x
wasted 3 bucks on these plastic plant protectors but whatever haha
thanks very much!
 
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Ok so I can just throw my newly sprouted seeds right from paper towel into the peat pellet and into my super soil? No plant protector needed? Hope they survive once they poke their little heads out of the soil :x
wasted 3 bucks on these plastic plant protectors but whatever haha
thanks very much!
I wouldn’t have wasted my money on them. If your soil is that hot I’d drop those seeds into a solo cup of jiffy seed starter mix. When they sprout and are 3 weeks or so then transplant to that living soil.
 
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I wouldn’t have wasted my money on them. If your soil is that hot I’d drop those seeds into a solo cup of jiffy seed starter mix. When they sprout and are 3 weeks or so then transplant to that living soil.
It’s hot but I thought I’d get around that by planting the newly sprouted seeds into peat pellets then putting those inside the soil right away. So there’s a small zone it can grow a bit before having a chance to get Nute burn. They’re autoflower not photoperiod I’ve heard transplanting can not be good for outdoor
 

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