I think they'll be just fine. Tomatos are pretty tough, and a little
stress (lack of water) will help them adjust to real life outdoors. I'd
say if they look good and are continuing to grow, you don't need to start
> My newborn tomato seedlings in Jiffy 7 pellets dried out and wilted when I
> went away for 5 days. They looked dead, but I watered anyway and they
> came back to life! They are now several weeks old, and aside from the
> seed leaves being a bit curly, they seem to be doing well. Will they
> continue to do well and produce good fruit, or will the "brush with death"
> have too much of an effect on them in their later lives? Can I count on
> these guys, or do I need to start over?
> Sheila Kohn