Ok so Im quite new to this forum, but have been reading for about a couples weeks. I planted some bagseed near a local creek of mine in great soil. The weather is sunny, but in Northern latitudes so its still not the warmest is ould be but enough to get started. My problem is that I wasn't going to grow, but i figured what the hell and went out and planted them, without knowing the best depth to place in the soil ( i didnt germinate them first). Mostly it seems a depth of .5 to 1 inch is recommended, but most mine are prolly 3 inches maybe even 4! I have one or two that are about 2 inches but the rest fall into the latter category. So far ive just hit them with some very light nutes in water and then more water after about 12 hours post planting. Its been a day now and im worries they will never pop through the soil to get any light since they are appearently so deep. Im going to be gone this weekend and returning late sunday, im thinking perhaps, just let them sit till then (3-4 days post planting) see if any sprouts occured and in those that havent, dig them up (assuming i can find the germinate) and replant at proper depth. Is that my best move? Sorry it was really an impulse planting and altho i have some knowledge of the latter stages i cant believe i overlooked something so simple...oh well. The spot is great and will actually autowater and nute my plants a bit so they should need minimal care if any. Experts, let me know what i should do? Dig up now and replant? In a few days once they are germinated and have sprouted under the soil? or just let nature take care and hope for the best? If i can save these babies i hope i can keep them going for a early oct harvest! Thanks fellas!