OK, I am really dumb. Now that this has been establish I need some advise. I started my pepper plants last month because last year I started them in March and they took forever to germinate and then they were very slow to grow..... OK this year started them the first week of Feb to get a jump on things, no problem. Well this year I got my seeds from Gurney instead of Walmart and I am not knocking Walmart but WOW my plants are doing great. This is part of the problem. I started 20 sweet banana pepper seeds in a large plastic container. ALL 20 GERMINATED, great....sort of. 20 seedlings were way too many for the size of the container so I had to move them a week before I had to move the others. I usually put them into stryofoam cups but I didn't have any yet and decided to use what I had which is the part of me being an idiot that became a problem. I put them into dixie cups (like you use in the bathroom) and planned to move them later. Had hubby pick up cups when he ran out to get something....he only bought 1 pack (men) and so I didn't have enough to move the pepper plants in the starter container +++ the one's in the small cups, so I didn't move them like I planned. OK, went to the store this morning and picked up more cups and planned to move them. Got everything ready pick-up the first plant and realized that they had started to grow a fuzzy mildew on the bottom. So I kicked myself in the backside and moved the plants. I removed all visiable fungus/mildrew from the soil (it was also growing on the soil inside the cups) and repotted them into the stryofoam. I have no visiable signs on the plants and I didn't see any mildew growing on the cups Sunday, but I think it would be a very good idea to treat plants with an antifungal. What should I use? I looked on ehow.com and it recommend a solution of baking soda, cornmeal, diluted vinegar and garlic tea. It didn't give directions on how to make this solutions. I wasn't sure if I was to use all of them mixed together of if these were different antifungals that you could use separately. Does anyone else know what to do with these ingredients?????