Sprouted Seedling and Sunlight
Last year I did very well at my first attempt to sprout my own vegetable transplants (thanks to GW). I sprouted them and moved them directly underneath CFL lights, potting up, etc.
This year I have (Had?) decided to skip the CFL and just move them directly outside as soon as they have sprouted. Most have done well except broccoli seedlings that wilted to death within hours. Do cold season vegetables sprouts need "special treatment"? Did I just get lucky with the others? The first few seedling have only come up within the last couple of days and are outside. The majority are still in the "incubator".
By the way, outside is: An old glass door leaned up against the house. It isn't air tight as the sides are open. The wind isn't blowing them over, but definetly able to "flow through".
Any words of wisdom?