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Are fall tomatoes surving? #7580877 08/15/19 08:00 PM
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Mine are the best looking plants I have ever had for fall

Re: Are fall tomatoes surving? [Re: fredeboy] #7580882 08/15/19 08:05 PM
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Maybe three out of ten years.


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Re: Are fall tomatoes surving? [Re: fredeboy] #7583091 08/18/19 08:51 PM
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Cherry tomatoes I cut back in July are blooming and looking good. The Porters I planted from cuttings are struggling. My spring crop this year was the worst in several years.

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I have a volunteer about transplanting size on the south side of my house. Plan to nurse it along. Hope for a few good slicers.


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Re: Are fall tomatoes surving? [Re: fredeboy] #7583342 08/19/19 01:57 AM
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I never had "fall tomatoes" I have had tomatoes in November from the plants put out in the Spring, just let them grow the ones as the plant get older are smaller than tomatoes of Summer but stilltaste great


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Originally Posted by kmon1
I never had "fall tomatoes" I have had tomatoes in November from the plants put out in the Spring, just let them grow the ones as the plant get older are smaller than tomatoes of Summer but stilltaste great



I had second growth tomatoes from my spring garden. They still beat the snot out of those Roma tomatoes that you buy at the store.


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Re: Are fall tomatoes surving? [Re: fredeboy] #7593868 08/30/19 02:32 PM
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My plants have really looked good but now the leaves are starting to wrinkle. Spider mites?

Re: Are fall tomatoes surving? UPDATE [Re: fredeboy] #7595612 09/02/19 01:27 AM
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Put these out July 9 and babied them thru the heat. Get the day time temp back in the 80's and they are going to EXPLODE!
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