germinating medium was a blend of peat moss, worm castings and sand. They were later moved to containers in compost when they outgrew their initial accommodations. The compost was Blue Ribbon, delivered from the local garden center. I added a couple inches to my beds with the same compost, which seems to be otherwise doing fine. For example some lettuce that I planted from seeds straight In the beds some weeks back are doing fantastic. The seeds were from bakers creek, used the same pack from last year and they did great.
I hope you are right! Have had some cool nights in the last week, 44 tonight. When I hardened the seedlings outside some of the days were in the low 50s. So maybe that explains why I observed some curl before planting. No real choice now but to wait and see. Local garden centers are cleared out of tomatoes.
Thank you all for taking a look!