Originally Posted by TheGhost
Without a pic it hard to know, but I have found in the past that if the pots are too large for the seedlings then the coco does not dry out fast enough causing mould, combine that with lower than adequate air movement and maybe even lower than optimal temps and the coco will always mould.
yeah that pot is full of coco gonna use half amount and gonna try peroxide too next time.
btw that mold changed appearance its no longer hairy now it looks like perlite pieces probably due to lack of moisture and its in the middle of pot been watering the edges its not on the edges yet..
bet there are spores in the box not sure how to get rid of spores is it even possible?