Squirrels, white fly, hornworms, 90 plus for 57 days, dry, humid, what else?
Cant complain but it could have been betterr, disease was nil this year but the conditions were extreme.
The biggest are heirlooms, Cherokee Purple, Mr Stripey, Red Brandywine, they are mixed in with Rutgers improved and hybrid Bush Beefsteaks from the hydro setups. The enclosed hoophouse had been storage since Mid May, too hot! Jus tpeppers in there. 100 plus at midday with ventilation! Looking about mid Sept to start up in there again for fall/winter.applestar wrote:Wow, looks great in spite of the adverse conditions you mentioned.
Could you tell us what varieties of tomatoes you got there? Especially which ones is your beautiful assistant holding?
You are using the hoop houses in the summer too? Georgia, USA? Maybe you are growing for giant toms?
...I keep saying this -- I HAVE to build one of those...