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[Tomato Dirt #211] A Free Season-End Checklist for Your Tomato and Vegetable Garden
September 17, 2020
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
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As the end of season approaches, take notes about your tomato garden. You will be glad you did come next spring. Your personal gardening notes may be the most valuable resource you can rely on for next year’s crop (followed by Tomato Dirt as a close second, of course!)
Where you put your notes does not really matter. Use a notebook, computer file, gardening journal, or whatever place works for you.
What kind of notes you take will be unique to you, too. For instance, maybe you planted only one or two tomato varieties … but perhaps your climate had considerable weather swings this year. Meanwhile your sister, who lives 3 states away, planted 10 types of tomatoes and her region had a consistent weather pattern. Her tomato garden notes will look different from yours.
Refer to the checklist here or download your own copy to take notes about your tomato crop and pieces of information you want to remember for next year. You can even make copies for each tomato variety you planted. Fill out the checklist and keep it in your garden notebook so you have a head start next spring!
Read the full end of season tomato checklist here … and be sure to check out our Garden Clean Up Pinterest board for more helpful information.
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