It never fails that my plans will need adjusting no matter how well intentioned. This hastily shot camera-phone photo shows some of the tomatoes in their 4" pots. Jennifer and a friend of hers transplanted several dozen into the large pots to allow them continued growth. By now I expected to have the greenhouse done and thus have a place for all the plants as they were potted up. I'm oh-so close to wrapping the greenhouse in it's plastic but I can't seem to string enough days off, good weather, and help together. In the meantime I'm doing the tomato plant shuffle twice a day. You see under each pair of shop lights I can light 288 seedlings when they're in the little 6-pack cells. In the same space I can only fit 75 4" pots so that means one group is getting light while the other isn't. I guess that's ok from the plant growth perspective, I'm sort of simulating day and night, but it sure is a bunch of work moving 1000 plants around twice a day!