I have a vague feeling that I saw something about this somewhere, sometime. But try as I might, my google-fu is failing and I just can not find it again to confirm. We're talking capsicums, hot peppers to be more precise. I kind of left my tray of seedlings germinating in the sweet heat of the airing cupboard a day or two too long. I now have very leggy seedlings. What I seem to recall from somewhere is that seedlings of peppers, like their cousins tomatoes can be topped up with soil - should they go leggy. That they will develop roots along the stem should it be buried and not even suffer adversely from this treatment, but might even benefit from it. Anyone care to confirm or deny this half memory?