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(Jay, Florida )
I live in NW Florida. The temperatures start to get warm here in March and by June, it is in the 90’s with 100% humidity. By September it’s OMG hot. The only real successful crop I have is peppers. They love the heat.
But I want to grow tomatoes. So a variety and some tips to keep them going would be great. I usually pull old plants in the late summer and have more seeds going in the greenhouse. I get another small crop till first frost, sometimes as late as December. I'd like to grow a variety that produces sauce, cherry and/or canning tomatoes.
By Kathy Widenhouse, award-winning writer and owner of Tomato Dirt, a leading online source for growing tomatoes and using them.
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