This must be one heck of a year for tomatoes.
Usually I work on the principle of one third of seeds sewn becoming fruiting plants. (One third failing to germinate and one third scoffed by snails.) I've now had the biggest glut of tomato plants ever. I've given loads away to family, friends and neighbours and kept a dozen for myself, but I've still got another 30 sitting outside my back door. I'm now just going to put them outside my front gate with a sign, 'Help yourself.'
It will be interesting to see what happens to the price of tomatoes this summer in the supermarkets. I guess it will be the same as what happened to petrol prices the other week when the price of oil dropped drastically. It went up!