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Okay, I usually do really well getting my seeds to germinate. Right now, all of my jugs that I seeded in the past month have boocoo germination. The soil is covered in tiny green plants. But here's is where I seem to panic and not know what to do with all of these plants. They are too small to plant out. I lost one entire jug recently and I think it was too hot and they all perished.
What do you do with all of these baby plants that are too small to pot up? I am afraid I will loose more. It's been 35 degrees warmer than our average high temp. Please advise.