Wasn't sure until today that I was going to complete transplanting this week, but it is done. All 6 tomatoes are out.
I grew all these from seed, baby pictures on this topic. The two beefsteak transplants are 6 weeks old today, the rest 4 weeks old and look stunted for their age. Lineup:
driveway growbox: bucks county and early girl, both returning favorites
balcony growbox: returning heavy-yielder juliet, and new tiger stripe mix grape tomato
topsy-turvy: sweet baby girl, worked well in the topsy-turvy last year
very large pot: new berkeley tie-dye
All of these were transplanted with organic tomato fertilizer, though the growboxes will get growbox patches eventually. Upstairs as soon as the spinach is harvested. Downstairs only after the bucks county has some fruit aboard. That system worked well last year to reduce blossom end rot.
7/25: applied more growbox standard fertilizer, 1/2 patch upstairs, 1/2 patch downstairs growbox, 1/4 patch tie-dye pot. Also added Espoma tomato tone to the topsy-turvy pot. Tomato leaves had started yellowing.
537 - juliet grape, first 7/18
242 - sweet baby girl cherry, first 7/18
41 - pink berkeley tie-dye, first 7/18
177 - artisan tiger stripe grape/cherry, first 7/19
34 - bucks county, first 7/26
23 - early girl, first 7/27