Continuation from - Up-potting toms. (gardenstew.com) I started with five seedlings but only four can be up-potted because one of it only have a pair of cotyledon missing the bud. The other two is still not tall enough yet for the new grow pot, maybe in the next couple of days. Today I decided by myself that it is time to repot my toms again following the tips provided from my last posting Up-potting toms. The roots a plenty from the two seedling that are ready for the up-potting. I wanted to do it 2 days ago but one of the two larger toms suffered a severe bending of the main stem from the very strong wind just before a storm. I had to prop it up to help it to recover Today I checked it and it is able to stand on its own so I decided to up-pot them. First I trimmed all the extra leaves and left only two of them. I was a little nervous doing all this. For the first one I had a slight problem and it was quite messy because it is my very first time. The second one was a breeze because I already had one experience Done! Now to prepare the beds for the transplant into the ground.