Tomato Time

Hey y’all in the North! Bet your veggies are just taking hold, and the bugs and diseases are about to creep in! Here on coastal Georgia, we are already harvesting! Already dealt with caterpillars and worms and whitefly! Captain Jacks dead bug spray was my organic go to, along with trusty Neem Oil. Before any critter can even think about taking a bite, here is what I brought home yesterday for a little window ripening time. Yum!

About Jayne in Georgia

Wife, mother, and owner of pets much loved. Gardener of three decades, amateur photographer, ardent about art, antiques and books.
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5 Responses to Tomato Time

  1. Haha! Can you do a second planting in the Fall?

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    • Good question! Some people whittle down leaves and stems to the bare minimum and wait for the plant to revive when it gets cooler, but I clear them out in July and let the soil rest until it is cool weather planting time for the cabbages, lettuces, carrots, etc.

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  2. Sunil Patel says:

    Oh my goodness, how can you be harvesting tomatoes already! They’re just at “small plant” stage here with. I thought I was reading an autumn post!

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  3. Tomato Time – they look fabulous! Happy Summer Jayne! I hope you are all healthy and able to come and go at safe distances! oxox L

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