I have grown lots of different veggies in my large garden about two acres but not tomatoes. I just built some raised beds
up by the house 40ft x 4 eight of them. I put some moskvich Heirlooms in I grew from seed but the heat and rain is tuff
on them right now. Im going to now try the Heatmaster tomatoe and see how it does in the heat. Suppose to be good for heat.
I have grown a few Solar Fire that are suppose to be good for heat but were not that great.
I would like to grow alot in rows 160ft long and maybe about 20 rows I have room for but wonder what the best way would be
to plant them. Using plastic mulch with mulch attachment laying machine on tractor or just use my tiller between the rows to keep
grass and weeds down. I read the plastic is a pain to pull back up. One reason I was growing other veggies where I would
just use my tiller to control weeds. I work by myself so try to keep it easy as I can.
I would like to sell good tomatoes on my road stand if I can grow some good ones. I don't know what the farmers grow around here, I guess hybrid I bet. I wonder what the best tomatoes would be to plant here on west coast 20 miles inland just east of
I-75 in Bradenton,Fla. Is it possible to grow some good ones without getting into the plastic mulch stuff.
I have the room and the tractor to help me.
I would save the raised beds for special stuff or maybe herbs if I get a good crop of tomatoes going in the back field.
Any help would be real helpful.