I have a Rutgers tomato seedling that came up a week (or two) after the other seeds in it’s cup had already sprouted. Oddly, this tomato plant has decided to be the world’s smallest tomato.
It is three-quarters of an inch wide and one-quarter of an inch tall, and is currently sending out it’s 2nd set of true leaves. I’m fairly tempted to grow it and see if I’ve really got something here.
Probably it’s just being outcompeted by the 4 inch seedling it shares a little pot with. I’ve just never had a tomato seedling be this short and stocky before. It’s currently at least two weeks old.