This is my very first grow, and I have to leave town and won't be back for 36 hours and am nervous. Here's what I did: I used the water glass method of germination. After about 48 hours, I got a beginning of a sprout on two seeds and a cracked-open, white-root-about-to-burst-out on the third seed. I ordered a Low-rider stealth grow box that came with a small hydroponic unit and what appears to be 6 jiffy peat pellets. There was no label or box for them, so I don't know exactly what they are but they look and act just like the jiffy pellets in all the youtube videos. I soaked them to expansion, squeezed them until they were moist-but-not-sopping and put my seedlings in them about a half-an-inch or so deep and covered with jiffy matter. But I do not have a dome or anything to place over it. I don't have a particularly dark and warm place to put it either. I put the newly-planted jiffy pellets in the 2-inch netted cups that fit these expanded pellets perfectly and placed them in the small DWC hydroponic unit, one quarter-inch submerged in tap water. I have not added any nutrients and I have no way to check the pH right now (those kits are in the mail). I then took a sandwich-sized tuppaware container bottom and placed it over the top of the netted cups, while covering the tops of the unused holes with aluminum foil. My plan was to keep the 3 CFL lights of the box on, but keep the fans off, and get it to about 80 or so degrees. Due to extenuating circumstances, I have to leave town and won't be back for about 36 hours. This worries me as a new inexperienced grower, so I'd like to ask: Will this method keep the jiffy pellets moist? Or must I continuously add water to the top? Will the lights bother my seeds? I thought lights would help? I'm simply using them for heat/humidity effect.