I expected to see some seedling results at this point, but I'm a little taken aback at how quickly the cucumbers have not only germinated, but in some cases reached 2" in height:
The left side are "burpless beauty" salad cucumbers, the right are "northern pickling." The top two cells on the right are green pepper that aren't showing any signs yet.
The tomatoes are just starting to sprout now, the peppers are still not visible.
I propped open the cover to the cukes when I took this picture before I left this morning, and I think they grew another half inch while I was at work. I'm going to put the taller ones in the stage two pots tonight and the rest will probably transition before the end of the week. That's been the plan with all of the seedlings, transition to the larger pots after they get to 2" and then let them mature the next six weeks or so until time to transplant. I'm starting to think I started the cukes too early. Hmmm.
I'm also a bit puzzled by this last instruction: Allow pods to fully form. They will tell you when they are ready.