seedlings - Knowledgebase Question

Waggaman, LA
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Question by dee518
February 25, 2006
Can I move my seedlings outdoors to a sunny location, as soon as they've germinated, (with no true leaves), if the nights are consistantly staying in the mid-forties and warmer? If not, what night time temps are acceptable?
Thanks for your time, since I'm sure it's getting much busier at this time of year!

Answer from NGA
February 25, 2006

Yes you can but it may cause them to grow more slowly. Just don't move them to a full sun location suddenly or they will sunburn. Start with some morning sun and then bright shade and over a week or get them accustomed to the full sun.

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