Answer: Your seedlings sound as though they've gotten off to a great start! Seedlings should be transplanted to individual pots when they've developed their second set of leaves. Since yours are a little past that stage, you'll have a bit of a challenge getting them into new pots without damaging those all-important roots. Prepare individual pots and make a hole in the center of the potting soil in each. Then carefully remove each plant from its cell. Coax out all the roots you can, but don't be dismayed if a few are broken off. Place each plant in its new home and water well. The transplants may wilt, but should recover in a day or two. Next time you start seeds, watch them carefully and transplant at the first sign of escaping roots!
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