Here is a quick update. They are coming along nicely. Some that were planted later are worrying me because they are not popping as fast as my first batch that I planted.
The only one that sprouted in soil looks like shit and I have no clue why....Here it is
Agian high nutrient burn from the food or soil. to avoid this start by flushing the soil with warm water then use the steril soil as a puck base. if you like give me props.
I could see how it would get over fed in that soil. It is humboldt earth and the soil is for moderate to heavy feeding plants and is designed to not have fertz added for the first 1-3 weeks soooo yea....probably not the best to start seeds in...
unfortunately I didn't think of this before hand