Hold onto your damn hats, it’s the ubiquitous “my seeds are growing!” shot. Boom! There it is: a little tiny onion sprout, enjoying the lush, nutrient-rich growing medium probably intended for growing pot. My onion cartel is just getting started, and you’re here to see it.
Thanks in part to a gap in weather stripping that I could fit a pen through, my little seed starting zone gets down to a cool 60 degrees on cold nights. Concerned that it might be a bit too cool, I took the seed starting tray down to warmer environs and buckled down the lid, accidentally closing off the air vents.
Along with the onion sprouts came a spooky, white, spindly… fungus. Good news, things are fertile inside the tray! Pfft.
Also good news: the white stuff can be mitigated by a little air flow provided by a tiny fan, which is already working its magic to correct my mistake. For the next few weeks it’ll be all about tiny dribbles of water for tiny little seedlings, all vented by a tiny fan. This is gonna be a lot cooler when the vegetables are huge.