Wasn't prepared for nearly 100% germination! In the picture are the seedlings that I had to cull because almost every single seed produced a viable seedling. Like I said...these are the ones I culled... They're not even the strongest ones but they still had so much perk and zest to them I decided to just play around with them growing in only living water seeing if they will continue to grow and if so just how low maintenance can I make these plants with such a strong will to survive. The ones in soil are strong and progressing as quickly as can be expected for a plant with such a long growing season. Additionally..these seeds are of indeterminate variety meaning as long as you keep their environment the way they like it they will grow large with long vines and produce fruit every year as perennials as opposed to the bush varieties I find in the nurseries that grow to a specific size and bear fruit for a single season. These seeds have been a joy to germinate and I look forward to hopefully seeing some fruits, and finding out how the #secondchancetomatoes do with the low tech hydroponic set up haha.I'll probably forget to update the review if everything goes correct but if they all die and I'm salty about it I'll probably update. So no news is good news for whoever reads this in the future!