Do you know what a tomato ‘sucker’ is? Do you know what you should do with them? I’ll explain to you what a tomato sucker is, how to identify them and how they affect your tomato plant’s growth and production. I’ll also give you some ideas about what to do with them.
Am I a tomato-growing expert? I’m not sure I’d give myself that title, even though I’ve successfully grown tomatoes for 16 or more years. But Craig LeHoullier? Yep, he’s definitely an expert. He’s trialed more than 1,200 varieties of tomatoes and introduced 100 new or “lost” tomatoes to the world. This guy knows his stuff. […]
Tomatoes and peppers are a couple of the easiest plants to grow, and they are a great choice for starting indoors. Sometimes the seeds take a little longer to germinate than other seeds, but the reward at harvesting season is well worth the wait for germination. Check out my post and video to learn how […]
Summer time means it’s gardening time. One of the most popular fruits or vegetables grown is the tomatoes. Some people say they have great success and others experience failure. Learn about some very common mistakes made when growing tomatoes and how to fix them in this article. Everyone should enjoy growing tomatoes. Enjoy!
Homegrown tomatoes of any sort beat store bought hands down. If you want to ramp up the flavor, texture, and appearance, heirloom tomatoes are the way to go. Add that to the sustainability of seed saving factor and they are nothing but a huge win in my eyes.
If you’ve ever grown tomatoes before, you’ve probably noticed yellow, brown, or spotty leaves forming on your tomato plants. So what causes these tomato leaf problems? We all love the flavor of a homegrown tomato. You just can’t get the same intensity and sweetness from any tomato at the grocery store. But homegrown tomatoes also […]