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So, I planted about 15 peruvian torch seeds 4 days ago in a mixture of mainly sand and peat moss. Then I misted untill the soil was nice and moist and have been keeping them warm and covered with saran wrap. However, now, the soil seem to have dried out a fair bit and there doesn't seem to be any humidity for the saran wrap to hold in. Should I mist some more and not give them so much warmth as to dry them out like this?? Or should I just leave them now and wait and see?? thanks for any help!!!
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You should deffinitely keep them moist!!! If possible water them from below (let the soil suck up the water from holes in the botom of your seed container.) If not possible, mist them from above. The warmth is good.
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