OK guys, I have a different problem with my tomato and pepper transplants. Remember when I first moved them to cups, the leaves and branches were curled under? It was determined that they were too wet, so I let them dry out for about a week. The plants seemed to get better, and uncurled.
Like I said, I hadn't watered them until yesterday. I didn't drench them like before, just enough to get a decent drink, very little water came out of the drain holes.
However, I've noticed over the last few days, that the leaves and branches on a lot of them are now swept upwards in a somewhat tight pattern. Here are a few pics.
Is it this happening because of them getting too dry now? I watered them last night, so they shouldn't be dry. Also, the leaves are looking a bit pale, so this all be because they need a little fert? I have some liquid fert that I was considering using on some of them to see how they react. Maybe it's a stress reaction to all that light and little nutes?
I'm planning on planting these out in a couple weeks. Any comments or suggestions? Thanks.