Well, I have had one dickens of a spring so far. 85% of everything transferred outside from veggies to medicinal plants have bleached! Now one would think it is from me transferring the plants outside too quickly, unfortunately that is not the case I have found. It is literally the lights I used. I grow medicine for myself year round legally, and the light in use is metal halide low pressure 6500º K light bulb. I have found that although the light is great for flowering plants, it is not good for starting plants off. Apparently the wave length across the spectrum for flowering bulbs doesn't produce the right wave length and I found the plants dark dark green as if grown in shade. So the plants I have caught I was able to provide some shade for outside, but others just had to suck it up and do the best they can. Sadly, the soy I got is nearly completely dead as an example. So let my tragedies be an example for you all, start seedlings off with the right lighting!