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Amaranth will appreciate full sun. I would increase gradually, maybe add an hour per day. These also look like they might be ready for a larger container.


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No. Hardening off is necessary because you're dramatically changing the environment in which the plant is living. If sown directly outdoors, this is not necessary.


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Yes, multiple tomato plants can sometimes come from one seed. I've grown a lot of tomatoes, but I've never seen it happen for sure myself. I've heard of it happening. They call these polyembryonic tomatoes. Here's a link that talks about some polyembryonic tomatoes that were found: https://cdnsciencepub.com/doi/abs/10.4141/cjps58-010


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Most seeds will do just fine in potting soil. That's usually the cheapest and easiest way to go, just fresh potting soil. You may even mix a little bit (5-10%) of perlite through it but it is not necessary. I sometimes do it just because I have it anyways (perlite). But not all seeds are the same, some crops do need special instruction for germination. ...


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It looks to me, they are over fertilized. Especially if you add 24-8-6. Diluted 1-2-1 should suffice for those growing roots.


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These look rather like Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) - early leaves are highly variable and there is a tell-tale redness extending into the leaf main vein. If it is roselle you should see the leaf shape change quite a bit as the plant grows with deep clefts between leaf lobes. I'd say it was worth hanging on to these seedlings until they reveal themselves ...


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