It’s about time I chipped in with a report re 2006 seed. I’m still waiting to do a taste test but a nice looking crop is evident and all is as to be expected. The same can’t be said for the plants - there must have been some mutagenic influences on the seed over the years. . I kept three plants for myself which are being grown in large terracotta pots placed on filled gravel trays on a very sunny patio. Each plant bifurcated at about 10” above soil level. Other plants were distributed around family and friends who report a similar outcome. Plant height is to be expected and is quite vigorous. The oddest aspect is that one tomato truss in my Mother’s greenhouse has formed normally, tapering to a point in a downward fashion - except the growing tip has continued to grow and has formed a new stem which has turned upward and is now behaving as a main stem would. I’ve never seen this before.