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    Default pepper seedlings a bit spindly

    how big do seedlings have to be before they can be potted. I am a bit concerned that mine are a bit skinny and spindly and don't seem to have very large leaves, is there something I can do to help them become a little bit more robust !!


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    Seedlings normally become 'spindly' when they are 'reaching' for light. You don't say how many leaves your seedlings have/what size they are, but I'd give them more light. Just don't put them somewhere where they'll get crisped by too much direct sunlight.

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