Hey everyone!!! Me and the finacee are from PA, and this year decided to start planting some vegetables in our backyard. We are growing our plants above ground (the tomatoes in those walmart cloth bags, some lettuce, spinach, and carrots in a kiddie pool, and some green beans in a nice wooden "box" made, and potatoes in tires I got from work), and most of our plants are doing good. The green beans sprouted fast and are growing tall, the carrots, lettuce, etc are all growing nicely, and the potatoes have just sprouted and look great too.
The tomatoes we got them as young plants, and I'm not 100% sure what we are doing wrong. We just fed them last week thinking that might be it, but we've also had 2 days of heavy rain since that feeding.
I guess pictures really will show all. If anyone knows what we are doing wrong help would be very appreciated! Definitely want to correct what we are doing so we don't lose them! We think we were over-watering and haven't watered them since Wednesday (but it's rained Thursday and Friday)