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Category Archives: Tomatoes
After years of telling myself to cut back, I’ve finally managed to plant a much smaller, much more “normal” sized garden. It’s amazingly simple to maintain, and I [..]
I’ve been starting tomatoes in my greenhouse for several years now, but I’ve just now learned something new: If you start tomatoes too early, it seems to stunt [..]
This year I managed to get all of my tomato and pepper seeds started at roughly the same time. I started all of these trays in my home during the [..]
The winter blues finally got the best of me, and so I gave in, and started planting seeds early. I told myself I was doing a tomato trial [..]
I’ve got about 40 cucumber plants in the first row, with weed blocking fabric to save me lots of time. The second row contains a mix of winter [..]
Fierce Competition for Sunlight – Tomato Plants Things have been pretty busy on the farm, but there is one truth that is self evident: The shelves in the [..]
I often struggle to document all of the detail I see with my eyes. I have a pretty good camera, but I can’t always get this amazing device [..]
Another year has passed on the farm, and as the old year passes by, it leaves changes much like a glacier grinding and pushing its way to the [..]
While the warm season harvest may be over, there is lots of work pertaining to the warm season left to do. One of the biggest challenges is organizing [..]
I’ve been trying to keep up with the ripening tomatoes since the first red alert cherries appeared, but somewhere along that timeline I fell pretty far behind, and [..]