Well, my tomato seedlings are doing great since I gave them some Medina liquid fert. Their leaves are a deep green, they have some fuzz on them, they've put on some vertical growth, and they have that unique tomater smell to them now. My wife likes the smell, but to me they almost have a stinky feet odor to them.
That fert is powerful, I only used 3tsp (1/2oz) per gallon of water. Turns into a nice dark brown mixture. I bought it in TX before we moved up here. I wish I'd used it in past seasons, but forgot I had it. I don't know if it's sold outside TX, but here is a link for it:
Looks like Amazon sells it, among other sites as well.
I'd like to get them in the ground next week as they're getting almost too big. So, today I started hardening them off. I let them sit out in the shade and no wind for about 5 hours, and they seem OK. So, over the next few days they'll get more exposure. If the rain can hold off a bit tomorrow, I'll prob till the tom/pepper plot. The strawberry and corn patch that got rutted out by Saturday's flash flood will also need to be re-tilled.