Last year we had this incredible tomato and pepper harvest. Like, hundreds of pounds! This year, we can only keep about two leaves on one plant at a time. It’s the oddest conundrum. This has happened with three separate flats of tomatoes and eggplants, all started at different times. We plant the seeds in little hex flats, put them on a heat mat in the grow tent (a reflective tent for growing seedlings), cover them with a lid, and keep the light relatively warm. The soil stays in the mid-eighties. They sprout beautifully, and grow two cotyledons (first two leaves, or ‘seed leaves’), and grow their first set of true leaves. At about this time, we have removed both the heat mat and the lid. Soon after, they stop growing. They sort of drop all their leaves but the top set (sometimes they get up to two sets of true leaves). They look alive, and they just. won’t. grow.! They have practically no root structure so I am pretty sure they aren’t root bound, but they could have some sort of root fungus?!? If anyone has any ideas on what it might be, please comment and help me out!