- Feb 2, 2014
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This makes sense. I have already planted everything and it is now the middle of setting season, so too late this year but this sounds very workable. I must be getting old. I should have thought of this long ago.Chuck: If you have not planted all your leggy seedlings, why not cut a few of them down to just above the cotyledons (or just above the first leaf stem if you've already buried the cots.), and grow the sucker it will produce?
Thus you have a new stem on the same plant, which will grow as normal, unaffected by low light levels.
Should have been done as the light improved, but still likely to be a better answer.