Got three ghosts in these small pots with MG potting mix, using Tomato-Tone organic and MG tomato food on a weekly schedule. Dripped 15 minutes every 12 hours, and they're putting on like gang-busters. Plants in the ground don't have nearly as many pods. I'll wait 'till they're root bound and stick'em in one size larger pot, or leave'em in those and trim the roots/foliage.
The three in the ground are much larger, but not producing nearly as much so-far.
No BER like last year, which I attribute to the Tomato Tone 8" calcium content.