The tomatoes I started from seed 4 1/2 weeks ago are kind of sad looking. They are only 1 to 2 inches and are just starting to develop tiny true leaves. The true leaves are dwarfed by the seed leaves, which seem to be pointing almost straight upward.
Initially, they probably didn't get much light. Now, they're getting plenty of light, but some of it is by being outside in cool temps (never below 40 or so, but cool for tomatoes). I have some pepper plants that have shared a similar environment all along, and they're doing quite well.
There is a chance they've had more water than they need (hard to be perfect on that) but not much chance they've been too dry.
Can anyone hazard a guess why they look so sad? I wouldn't think they need to be transplanted yet. They're in one of those 72-cell Jiffy trays.
P.S.: I wish I could drop in a picture, but at this point I don't have the tech savvy and equipment to take and post a picture. Thanks in advance for any help you guys can offer.