All the tomatoes at home, except for the black russians, are coming on nicely, I took off the first of the bambino toms today. They are quite sweet and nicely formed cherry toms, but not very prolific. According to info acquired, they are F1 hybrids and shouldn't breed true from last year's seeds, but they look and taste very like tomatoes, so I'm happy.
I cut down two of the black russian plants. Great big strapping plants they were, but not a single fruit between them, the flowers mostly just fell off without setting fruit and the few that had set were tiny and not getting any bigger. I haven't the space to keep plants that don't produce the goods. The third plant has one tomato on it so it has a stay of execution.
The tomatoes in the greenhouse at the plot are looking good considering they were the runts of the litter. Some sweet million and black cherry are turning orange.