The Tomato seedlings are developing there second and third sets of leaves and are starting to take on the appearance of young Tomato seedlings. Due to lack of space in the propagators i have resorted to using upturned plastic cups on the Aubergine seedlings to create a mini-greenhouse effect.
The remaining Tomato(middle tray) and Aubergine(lower tray) seedlings that were left in their trays have continued to develop. As these were the 'weaker' seedlings it looks like the extra space and less competition has allowed them to develop.
The Aubergine seedlings that were transplanted a few days ago look like they have recovered from the shock and are stating to develop additional sets of leaves.
The Impatiens are doing very well and will need to be transplanted within the next couple of days. Although the germination rate was lower than i had hoped for those that did are doing very well.
The Largest Tomato seedlings are now well advanced. They have a good well developed appearance and when the stem is lightly touched the 'tomato plant smell' is left on the fingers. The crown leaves are developing in the centre which is a good sign of their healthy development.
The Begonia seedlings are doing well and most have now developed a set of larger leaves which is usually a sign that they are about to undergo a spurt of development. It will be about another 10-15 days before they will be large and sturdy enough to be handled and thinned out to individual cell trays.