Well Happy St. Patrick's Day! Not only do I hope you're wearing green, but you're garden is turning green (at least your seedlings). What's more, I hope not only are you considering eating potatoes, that you're considering planting some.
Speaking of green, some of my cukes aren't. The leaves on a few of my cucumber seedlings are turning yellow at the tips. Normally I would think that is too much water, but I have really let the soil blocks dry out before I rewatered. Normally, with the fan going, I will bottom water every 3 days. Of course I've never grown this type of cucumber (it's a Wautoma pickling variety). Any thoughts?
As it sits, my seedlings are not going to work as perfectly as I'd have hoped. It's my fault. You can't label soil blocks like you can potted plants. The lable just doesn't stick to the dirt, hehe. So despite my best efforts to label the soil block rows, when they went up to the light system, the placement was more towards height then type. I know what you're doing right now, stop shaking your head. And it's not funny. I guess relying on my memory to remember what is parked where wasn't such a good idea. Oops. It's the green onion/spinach episode all over again! hehe
Well, I just had to write a short post in honor of St. Patrick's Day before work. Take care and enjoy your garden!