We had the first two tomatoes from our garden and they turned out not to be fabulous, but mealy and not that tasty. :(
We went through this last year and I think it's because they usual June gloom extended into July, but now we have plenty of sun and maybe our tomatoes will start tasting as good as past years. This year we didn't plant as many because I'm trying to rotate crops and had less options of were they could go in.
Things I learned this year:
1.- Never plant were the sprinklers are going to hit the tomato plants, not even a little bit. It leads to rot and sad, sad uprooting of once healthy looking plants, who could not handle being attacked by sprinklers every other day.
2.- Don't plant cucumbers right next to tomatoes. Tomatoes require deep, infrequent watering. Cucumbers need frequent, shallow watering. Otherwise you end up with inedible yellow cucumbers, that have to be thrown into the compost. No cucumbers for us this year.