Tomatoes outgrew the youghurt beakers. Now I’ve pottet the up in plastic pots in an ordinary plantbag mixture. I’ve placed them in a box, to be able to move them in a hurry. As days in the greenhouse gets warmer, they will spend daytime out there. In around 14 days the need repotting again. For that I keep small black polythene bags (dog owners know them). The bags are flexible, allowing the tomatoes to stay together in the box a little longer.
I have already written a bit about my potato-leaved tomato. It still looks like a potato plant, look for yourself. It has a lovely smell of tomato.