Hey KP, I am finding out and learning from others that if you keep the lights as close as you can as soon as they pop the soil that you really cut down on any stretching and increase the tightness of the nodes, but you just have to be a little more vigilant with watching out for leaf burn and the soil drying up.
"If what shone afar so grand,
Turn to nothing in thy hand,
On again; the virtue lies
In struggle, not the prize."--R. M. Milnes.
Hugh Miller said the only school in which he was properly taught
was "that world-wide school in which toil and hardship are the
severe but noble teachers."