Use care when removing plants from their pot/cell. Hold them up-side-down and gently squeeze container to ease plants out rather then pulling them out.
Sometimes the soil looks dry on the surface while underneath it is still soggy. Poke your finger in and check if you want to make sure.
Keep 'em growing and out of trouble.
My plants are big enough that I like to set them outside whenever temperatures are in the fifties or above. Peppers and eggplant do not like cold so I usually keep them inside till the last couple weeks before planting. Then they can be set out during warm days so they can 'harden off' and get ready for their outdoor life in the garden. All plants should be exposed to the elements before planting outside.
If you keep your plants mostly inside, a fan blowing over the plants will go a long ways in keeping them sturdy and healthy. A bedroom fan works great, or check out the nifty little fan I got at Lowes for $12 in my previous post (Pt. 4).
More trouble shooting.
Note: In my previous post (Pt. 4) I had said never to water dark wet soil. I went back and did some editing as there are some exceptions once your plants are bigger and have developed healthy roots. Then overwatering should not be as much of an issue, and you might actually have to work to keep them from wilting, especially if you aren't there during the day. Experience will be your best teacher!
That is all for this week! I plan to do one more update in several weeks when I start planting stuff out.