I got a late start but I got some good results so far. I have harvested a lot of cucumbers and made a half gallon of pickles from them. Best pickles ever for flavor and pretty good in crispness. The tomatoes are producing fruit like crazy just not getting ripe yet. I still have some hope to get some ripe ones before the end of any chance the weather will cooperate. About 1000+ tomatoes growing and another couple thousand flowers. The bin I have them in is WAY too small for that many but the last time I grew them I didn't get anywhere near the size of the plants. Some of them are 7 feet tall. I can't get to the center anymore. If anoyne has any suggestions on how to get the tomatoes to ripen please give a shout. The cukes are grown in 1.5 gallon buckets with a mix of miracle grow soil, peat moss and coconut coir. Too many plants in each bucket but again I got lucky with good fruit production. They are going to start dying from the cool weather but I should get enough for another half gallon, maybe gallon of pickles. The tomatoes are in a 36x36x18 inch high raised bed. Mixed steer manure, compost, miracle grow soil amend, peat moss and coconut coir. 14 plants in there and as you can see it is crowded. I figured it would be more than enough as I grew the same ones a couple years ago and the plants only got 2-3 feet tall and maybe 3 feet spread. I guess I know for next year that I need to spread them out a lot more.