billymcd Posted March 25, 2016 Report Share Posted March 25, 2016 (edited) Hi all,I've browsed the internet trying to find an answer to this, however being a first time grower - I might be describing it incorrectly. After finding a seed in my bag, I germinated it and threw it in some nice soil (early Feb). For the first 2-3 weeks I gave it nothing but water, however over the past month I've been watering with some very weak seasol (fortnightly). As you can see, it's quite small considering its almost 2 months old.My main question is, is it normal for a seedling to split into two stems like this? Is it an indication that it's not receiving enough sunlight? I realised when planting that the long days were coming to an end, so it was more of an experiment than anything.Secondly, hopefully you can see that there's a slight discolouration in one of the leaves. This has appeared on other leaves too, however tends to clear up after a day or two. Is this a sign that it's either getting too much, or not enough of a particular nutrient?Thanks in advance!EDIT: The pot is approx 30cm across (for scale) Edited March 25, 2016 by billymcd Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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