Answer: Well first of all, you probably planted a little early. I probably would have went for a sowing time of 3/15 or so. Sometimes went planted too early, plants won't thrive. They tend to grow a little "leggy" and weak. This may not happen to you (I hope it doesn't), just thought I would mention it for future reference. Four days' germination time is unusual but not unheard of. The reason they all look the same right now may be because all seedlings look similar at this point. Plants are identified by their second set of leaves, called "true leaves". These leaves show characteristics of the plants to come. <br><br>Mold or fungus looks like fur or fuzz on the soil so you shouldn't be concerned about that. I must admit, if I read your question correctly I am a little puzzled at why different types of seed came up at exactly the same time. Are you saying that (for example) one cell was planted with pepper mix, one cell with mint, one cell with bells, ONLY - and these exact seedlings are appearing in each of the cells? That is certainly bizarre. I really can't explain; I guess it would be best to wait and see if other, different-looking seedlings sprout, and compare the true leaves on these with the earlier sprouts.
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