I start my chile from seed. this year I have produced the best seedlings I think I've ever done, after building a light table. I water them with a solution of schultz's (1/2 of the little scoop in a gallon of water). It's been warm here in Denver so I've begun hardening them off. I'm up to a couple hours direct sun about four or five times a week. lately some of the plants have been developing yellow patches. Is this from too much sun too soon? Bugs? The Schultz's? To be honest I've been starting chile from seed for almost five years now and I've never seen this before. I've also never had such vigorous growth before so maybe I'm pushing the hardening off too fast.
If I've done this correctly you can see the plants at:
The image is about 320k
thanks, and post if I've screwed up the link.