I live in Central California (Paso Robles). This is my 2nd year of planting Early Girl tomatoes in raised beds. Beds are 2ft high - full of FRESH planting mix (replaced the old w/new mix after last years *great* yield). I fertilize with Miracle Grow for Tomatoes (this is a specific product JUST for tomatoes). I drip irrigate daily. Plants are HUGE (7ft tall). VERY prolific (many plants), but all relatively small (2" average diameter). Last year, these same tomatoes, with the same type of soil, fertilizer, watering were much larger. Plants were purchased approximately 8" tall & then planted. We get hot days here and cool nights. The small fruits are very tasty - just small - much smaller than last year. I picked Early Girls specifically as last year they just kept producing for many months - but with bigger fruits. I've tried to list all details here, as I've noticed questions typically generate more questions - so I can't think of anything else to say about these tomatoes. So just hoping someone might have some specific pointers/solutions for me - thanks! Oh yes - FWIW, I also planted one Sun Gold Cherry tomato plant in this same mix, same fertilizer and watering - and it is wildly successful! Huge, many, many fruits - approximately 1" in diameter - perfect for this variety. Wish I could post photos as well!