I am going to do something I've not done before in an effort toward healthier plants. I am going to allow just a single sucker to develop on each plant, thus growing double main stems on each. The key for me isn't so much yield, but high quality, representative fruit on each plant which could end up getting shipped (partially green) to my publisher in Massachusetts for a few photo re-shoots. (my tomatoes were neither plentiful nor particularly photogenic last year).
Tomorrow's plans are to reload on the potting mix and composted manure and get the driveway 5 gallon white grow bag (now bleached and sprayed with detergent and drying) Dwarfs, positioning them in front of the large indeterminate pots to provide a stable support for the short stakes. This year I plan on growing each of the 25 released dwarfs in the driveway, so that I can get a really good comparative evaluation of disease tolerance, yield, and flavor. What fun!
I will post some pics later in the week once a bit more progress is made. Right now I am sore, tired and quite happy to be where I am with respect to putting in the garden.