[Tomato Dirt #159] ] Should You Grow Fall Tomatoes? What to do, when to plant
September 12, 2018
Tomato Dirt Newsletter Volume 8, Number 24
Dear Tomato Dirt reader,
Welcome back to Tomato Dirt! A few times a month, we’ll send you this newsletter packed with tips about growing tomatoes and using them.
Protect Your Tomatoes From Heat and Cold
It’s hot. Soon, it will be too cold. Do you have what you need to protect your tomato plants so they can be healthy and keep producing as long as possible? Browse shade cloth for your garden. Take a look.
Will your current tomato plants keep producing fruit or are they fizzling out – and you think it would be great to have more?
Are you willing to put in the effort for
a whole new crop?
You can figure out if you’ve got enough time on the calendar by finding out your local projected first frost date. Count back about three months to give you an idea about when to start tomato seeds – a few weeks less for purchased seedlings or cuttings.