In row 3 are the big beef tomatoes. They are planted on both sides of a fence in kind of an alternating double row. The plants are tied to the fence. When I planted them I took the plants that I had and divided them more or less evenly along the fence. Not a very scientific method to be sure but we will see if they seem to be too close together as the season progresses.
Next are the cherry tomatoes. They are planted in two raised rows. They so far have not gotten any attention as far as trellising. My plan was to try a couple of methods of trellising that i had not used before and these tomatoes are awaiting that project.
There is a group of four tomatoes that are planted around a 5 gallon bucket submerged in the ground that in the cornfield and three San Marzano paste tomatoes in the potager that are not pictured. There are a few yellow blossoms so hopefully we will soon have tomatoes.