Answer: If your impatiens seeds have germinated successfully, then the problem may be environmental. Is your light source within 6 inches of the tops of the plants? Is the soil moist, but not soggy? Have you fertilized? Try adjusting the light and feeding your seedlings with a dilute solution of fish-emulsion or other liquid fertilizer. The impatiens seedlings may perk up when given average household temperatures, proper light, and a little nourishment.
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