First time grow. Grew seedlings in peat pots under cfls and that worked great. Transplanted the 2 best ones to larger plastic pots. I used this soil called "Long Island Compost", but it seems like it's holding WAY too much water. The peat pots would pretty much dry out totally every day, or every other day. In this new soil, I went almost a whole week with the moisture meter still showing it in the 3-4 range. It just does not seem to be draining, or it's keeping the moisture too well. It has some perlite in it, but not a lot. My question is, should I yank these 2 plants out and re-mix the soil with more perlite? I feel like I should have done that in the first place. By the way, the plants look great and are growing well, but I am concerned b/c every time I water them, pretty much 90% of the water flows right through the bottom, meaning the soil is already pretty wet, and is not drying out. Maybe I am paranoid b/c the peat pot has not had enough time for the root to start growing out and absorbing the water?? There is a lot of soil relative to the size of the peat pot seedling and i only transplanted one week ago, maybe that's it? Please help.