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Category Archives: Tomatoes
It’s that time of year when storing away garden goodies isn’t the only priority. This is a ripe time to save seeds for next years garden, and if [..]
I knew I was growing a lot of tomato plants when I was planting seeds this spring, and I realized that I would probably get a lot of [..]
Ever since I built my greenhouse, I’ve been growing a large number of tomato plants. Now, after two years of terrible returns things have gotten a lot brighter, [..]
I stopped by Sandy & Davies house to return a hydraulic jack I had borrowed, and just like any other time I visit, I had to check out [..]
I’m feeling kinda reserved at the moment, but I thought I would share some photos of the Tomato Patch, and some of my sporadic harvests.
I’ve been working on quite a number of things which seem to consume my daylight hours, so I didn’t get to look through the garden till after 10 [..]
I almost fell to my knees and screamed into the air “Not again” when I saw these dreadful brown spots on one of my Red Alert tomato plants. [..]
Blossom End Rot is something that almost never affects the tomatoes in my garden, but seems to be fairly common when the tomatoes are planted elsewhere, like in [..]
As I was looking around the tomato patch, I realized that I may just achieve my goal of “too many tomatoes”. I’ve been dusting the plants religiously every [..]