Photos below - the big slicer tomato plants. That's Cherokee Purple on the far left, brandywine to the right of those, then "Radiator Charlie's" Mortgage Lifter in the 2 earthtainers on the right. I'm very pleased with the growth of each, and prune any suckers that emerge.
Photo below - here are the Opalka paste tomato plants (in the forefront), that are doing very well. Oh yeah....I wanted to mention that the siphon that maintains the water level in the 4 swc's is still intact. The only thing is, the lines are getting some green - looking buildup inside from the rainwater that has been introduced over the past 2 weeks. With only one application of municipal water though, it's starting to clear up. Sometimes chlorine is a good thing! I'll try to add municipal water at least once per week, and that should keep the lines clear.
Photo below - one of my (3) roma plants that has a little problem right now....I'll have to research this a little, and find out what it is. Sometimes, a nutrient deficiency causes plant leaves to get some "yellowing" to them.