If you have a bountiful sprouting, then you’ll need to move each seedling to its own cell around the time it gets its first true leaves. To do this is easy. All you need are a couple of easy tools.
1. Nitpicker or a small plastic knife
2. Chopstick or pencil to poke holes with
3. 4 packs or peat pots to put transplants in
4. More coir to fill the new pots with
5. Liquid organic fertilizer to give them a boost to start growing. (This is mainly because the soilless coir doesn’t have a lot of nutrients.)
How to transplant:
1. Take the nitpicker or knife and loosen the cell around the edges.
2. Use it to gently lift the plants out of the cell.
3. Gently shake the soil to loosen the roots a little.
4. Grab the seedling by the leaves (NOT THE STEM) and gently pull it away from the other seedlings.
5. Fill the cell with new soil.
6. Poke a hole in the soil with the chopstick or pencil.
7. Gently coax the roots down into the hole and plant the seedling at the same depth as it was before.
8. Water with fertilizer when you get the cell or flat done.