Does My Chilli Look Leggy In This?
Well I now have 3 propper seedlings fully up. The thing is, one of them seems to be winning. The Jalepeño. They are all different varieties, so this may just be the reason why.
Or maybe the others aren’t growing as well because the Jalepeño is winning the fight for survival.
But I’ve done a fair bit of reading around and I fear my Jalepeño may of become a tad leggy. Could someone please confirm this for me. Or even better, make me look a fool and dismiss this foolish notion!
If it does indeed turn out that my chilli has grown leggy, am I correct in thinking that to cure this, when I pot on, just plant the seedling upto its bottom leaves?
One more thing, again concerning the Jalepeño, the problem child! What looks like a pale residue has appeared on its two leaves. Now I don’t know if it is a residue, or in actual fact its the colouration of the leaf itself. Could someone please tell me my baby is ok lol.
Not sure the photo has enough detail, but it is most visible on the left leaf of the largest plant.
Thanks for taking the time to read this, hoping to hear from you all soon.
- 16 Feb, 2011
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