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 tomato crop rotation
       • Posted by: deanriowa 4b on Fri, Jul 13, 07 at 15:53
              • 8 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, May 19, 14 at 8:26
I know that farmers rotate their crops for example one year corn and then the next year soybeans, because each replaces nutrients that the other plants uses. Is their something like this for tomatoes? I would like to use the same ground I
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 Rotate tomatoe crops???
       • Posted by: fireduck 10a on Sun, Mar 30, 14 at 23:14
              • 9 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Apr 6, 14 at 17:18
Next year I may move from container growing (been successful) to raised beds. However, I am worried about diseases if I plant tomatoes year-after-year in one spot. What is the truth on this? Follow-Up Postings: Return to the Growin
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 Are you happy with your 2014 crop yield ?
       • Posted by: Daniel_NY 7a on Tue, Aug 26, 14 at 19:07
              • 61 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Nov 8, 14 at 10:14
I... am not ! Early tomatoes were / are late, but mid / late season were / are somehow ok. Most produced very few tomatoes with decent / good taste. Nothing fantastic. How was your year ? Follow-Up Postings: Return to
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 What's in your permanent rotation?
To go with our
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 mulches, cover crops
       • Posted by: lindalana z5 IL on Sat, Oct 4, 14 at 20:48
              • 13 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 8, 14 at 14:45
Do you mulch for the winter your tomato beds? Do you cover crop? Because of tilling fall and spring by the village am really limited with my options but am growing mustards now and loading grass clipings and leaves everywhere else on veggie beds
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 Can tomatoes be grown in the same bed year after year
       • Posted by: allenwrench on Thu, Jul 24, 08 at 15:38
              • 20 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Oct 2, 14 at 20:21
If I feed the soil, can tomatoes be grown in the same bed year after year? I would like to make a trellis system, but don't want to keep tearing it down each year. Follow-Up Postings: RE: Can tomatoes be grown in the sa Ret
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 A Central Florida tomato story...
       • Posted by: whgille Oakland, FL-Zone 9B on Sun, May 16, 10 at 16:51
              • 76 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Nov 12, 14 at 19:16
Hi I planted 45 different varieties of tomato plants this season in my small garden, they are all doing good. Here is the garden today Return to the Growing Tomatoes Forum | Post a Follow-Up A Central Florid
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 Growing Tomatoes in Same Spot
       • Posted by: pink_warm_mama_1 Z4 Maine on Wed, Apr 25, 12 at 11:05
              • 11 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Mar 14, 14 at 23:37
Our gardening space is limited to one 8'x4' bed. Tomatoes were grown there last season, and we'd like to grow them there again. However, it's said that tomatoes should not be re-grown in the same space. Is this an old wives' tale? Or what can be
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 Earls Hole Method of Growing Tomatoes
       • Posted by: earl on Mon, Jan 15, 07 at 15:02
              • 92 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Aug 16, 13 at 22:00
Earls Hole Method of Growing Tomatoes Items from Walmart type garden center, 40 lb. bags of Composted Peat Humus, 40 lb. bags of Composted Cow Manure, Epson Salt and Bonemeal and Espoma Tomato-tone 4-7-10 fertilizer or equivalent . In ra
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 Daconil/Chlorothalonil different rates???
       • Posted by: korney19 z6a Buffalo, NY on Fri, Jul 10, 09 at 22:59
              • 35 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Aug 25, 13 at 3:28
Can somebody post the proper label application rates of these concentrates? Ortho Garden Disease Control OrthoMAX Garden Disease Control Ortho Daconil 2787 Bonide Fung-Onil Dragon Daconil or any other brand that contains chlorothal
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 Sunflowers as tomato supports, too much shade?
       • Posted by: ilazria 6/7 on Thu, Jul 14, 11 at 11:04
              • 6 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Feb 11, 14 at 20:26
I'm using giant (mammoth?) sunflowers as tomato stakes this year. Both plants are growing really well, and the stalks on the sunflowers will easily hold up some heavily laden tomato plants. The problem is, I'm wondering if the sunflowers are makin
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 Tomatoes in Southern California: Feb-2014
Spring is just coming up in another month. Last frost date here is Saint Patty's Day. Have my seedling tomatoes at 4
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 Worst tomato year ever?
       • Posted by: sue_ct z6 CT on Thu, Jul 11, 13 at 21:20
              • 36 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Aug 24, 13 at 9:03
OK, it may still be a little early to make this determination. But its looking pretty bleak. According to my garden journal, on May 27, we were still getting night time temps in the 30s. I put them into the garden on May 28. Between May 28 and Ju
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 Brandy Boy - awesome variety
       • Posted by: Hudson...WY 3 on Thu, Jun 12, 14 at 23:05
              • 73 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Sep 1, 14 at 9:45
Every year this Brandy Boy tomato variety amazes!! Here we are in the middle of June and the plant is huge and loaded with tomatoes. Is there any other variety that is as prolific, hardy, aggressive with such a great tasting fruit? If so - what
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 Show off your tomato "jungle" !
Looks like A LOT of people here in this forum do NOT prune AT ALL. This year I pruned, but next year I plan not to prune at all. Before taking that decision I would like to see some tomato
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 Soil Mix
       • Posted by: DKTomato Virginia on Wed, May 14, 14 at 8:16
              • 15 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, May 16, 14 at 17:33
I am looking for some advice on what is a good soil mix (topsoil, compost, etc) to put in my new raised bed. The soil I grew tomatoes in last year was a mix of natural clay, compost, as well as other amendments (should I dig down and get rid of th
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 Diseased soil?
       • Posted by: elc11 sunset z24 SD CA on Sat, Oct 18, 14 at 16:35
              • 5 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Oct 18, 14 at 23:28
This past summer I grew a couple of San Marzano's in large nursery cans. New cans, new potting soil (Edna's Best), nursery starts. They did not do well for various reasons which may have included some type of wilt or blight. I chopped off the plan
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 To till or not to till...
       • Posted by: sue_ct z6 CT on Sun, May 18, 14 at 19:17
              • 21 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, May 27, 14 at 13:17
I have read recently (the last couple of years) that it might be better not to rototill your garden. Not just for soil structure, but because it brings more weed seeds to the surface, which obviously creates additional problems, not to mention wor
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 Tomatoes You'll Never Plant Again - Part III
       • Posted by: smithmal 6b on Wed, Jul 30, 14 at 11:51
              • 72 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 15, 14 at 17:43
Great thread if you're interesting obtaining growth, production or taste feedback from tomato gardeners who have grown various tomato varieties. This is for feedback concerning your 2014 growing season and what you may be considering for 201
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 How do you keep a balance between...
       • Posted by: Daniel_NY on Tue, Aug 19, 14 at 13:50
              • 15 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 21, 14 at 19:27
How do you keep a balance between main stem(s), suckers, branches, flower clusters, fruits...? I mean, ROUGHLY: 1. How many main stems have you tomatoes ? 2. How many suckers on main stem(s) ? 3. How many branches on main stems / suckers ?
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