Hi, please excuse a basic question from a rank beginner. I started seeds inside two days ago (mesclun, basil, sage, chamomile), and I just now noticed fuzzy white mold growing on the soil and some of the mesclun seeds. Is this the deadly damp off mentioned in an earlier post, or is it ok? I searched old posts (under "seed" and "mold"), and they seemed to conflict. Here are the details. I planted them in commercial potting soil, in sections of paper towel rolls (suggested in another thread), that I placed in a cardboard flat that 24 packs of soda come in. I got the soil pretty wet (according to some book instructions), put them by a sunny window on a table that is about 8" above a radiator that goes on and off during the day. I also covered them with plastic wrap (suspended about 3" above the soil surface) and put plastic bags underneath so the wet cardboard doesn't leak onto the table. Since I saw the mold: I removed the plastic wrap, and used a spoon to scrape out the moldy soil and some of the moldier looking sprouts (the mesclun is already sprouting, and the moldy ones look like very tiny dandelions). I also added a 60 watt grow light to hopefully dry them off and make them stronger. I can put up a fan, too, if that would be good. Do I have anything to worry about? Should I remove all the moldy sprouts? Should I follow the advice in the earlier post for damp off? I'm planning on starting more seeds inside, and I don't want to repeat mistakes. I'd appreciate any insight. I have no idea what I'm doing, aside from what I read here and elsewhere. Thanks!