why are some seedlings dieing?

lillyjane(6)March 26, 2008

Some of my WS seedlings are turning brown & laying down & dieing while others in the same jug are doing just fine. Only about one third of my jugs age sprouting. Am I just getting in a hurry ? should I replant ? HELP ???? What am I doing wrong or do I just need to give the sproutless containers more time ? And the 1/2 alive 1/2 dead jugs, what should I do to keep them alive & going?

Jan

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vera_eastern_wa(5a-5b)

Your dying brown seedlings could be killed by too cold temps or frost. What are the names of your dying seedlings? Were any of them tender annuals?

Vera

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