Kisal wrote:Mike, apparently I didn't express myself clearly. Seeds that are covered with soil, as are tomato and pepper seeds, don't need much in the way of light in order to sprout. But after the seeds have sprouted, the seedlings do need good light.
Agree, 1 billion percent! Actually, they don't seem to need any light to germinate. For a few years, I kept my heating mat in a different place where next to no light was present.
Do you grow your pepper seedlings indoors without supplemental light?
Not at all - I try to give them as much light as possible, 30,000 lux at the least.