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[Tomato Dirt #207] Sunscald: Patches, Blisters, and White Spots – Oh My!
July 23, 2020
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
Hoses, nozzles, drip irrigation, water timers, rain gauges, soaker systems, watering cans, rain urns … check out all kinds of watering gadgets with our good friends at Gardener’s Supply.
This is the GS page where you can get all the different kinds of watering gear you need for your garden. It's so much fun to browse around. And if you find something at a bargain price - well, go for it!
Plus, they donate 8% of their profits to home and garden improvement programs.
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If you notice that your tomatoes have light patches, blisters, white or white spots, they may have sunscald – particularly if the plants get too much direct sun and especially during very hot weather.
Sound familiar? Take these steps.
You’ll be able to diagnose pest and disease problems using step by step priceless information, illustrated with 260 full color photos.
Fall is just around the corner. And that’s a perfect time to build the shed you’ve been dreaming about.
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Ryan Henderson has taught more than 4,000 people to build professional looking sheds. He has even taught absolute newbies – those without ANY experience at all.
Each of his plans includes a complete materials list, step-by-step directions, and photos and instructions. No extra trips to Home Depot or Lowe’s. You won’t be guessing whether you’ve got it right not.
You’ve got some extra time. Why not use it to build the shed you’ve wanted and needed … and save a bundle in the process.
Check out Ryan’s Shed Plans here.
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