This is my first post and I'm a rookie!
So in my rookieness, and excitement, (and a wee bit of experimenting) I planted my tomato seeds kind of close together.
Now I have two situations:
1) Plants all sprouted up from one spot. Three or four stems all bursting from the one spot.
2) Four stems growing in a square formation, spaced about an inch apart.
Does it make sense to try to seperate them? Or should I just transplant them as one?
With the 1st situation they're all really close, so I think that could do some damage to try to pull them apart.
The 2nd situation they have some space, but I'm still wondering if transplanting each one would just shock them and rip the roots apart.
Aside from that the plants are doing well. Their both heirlooms, started inside (in south facing, but less than ideal light) and significantly healthier than the regular tomato plants that are starting to wilt and sag.
anyway, thanks for your help!
ps. This is a great forum. I've been reading around and learning a lot.