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Old 20th June 2017, 07:50 PM
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My tommies have became stronger and there are the first flowers too.
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i pinched the flowers off and pinched off the lower leaves, i think they are the determinate variety so wont grow that large, i have a few bamboo canes around just incase !!!
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Cherry tomatoes:



Thatīs the most warm and sunny place in my garden. Unfortunately also quite windy. Few days ago strong wind broke the top from tomato on the left. Hopely it will make another top.

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looks good saliha

your ahead of me, i am really looking forward to my beefsteak tommies even though i have a few diff varieties...

do you feed them with anything or is it all natural, do you make compost tea?
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They are growing in mixed compost soil and new soil, organic fertilizer and crushed egg shells. Later, when fruits start to grow, I will add some more fertilizer.
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100&1000s tomato:




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Totally I have 20 tomato plants in different parts of the garden, in the garden beds, frames and buckets.
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they look good
great idea growing in different parts of the garden...
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how often do you water the veg garden ?
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If no rain but sunny and hot, then I water it daily. At the cloudy weather with garden hose maybe every second day. But I give extra watering to tommies and zucchinis every day.



I was thinking the grey mold I had at the last year with tomatoes and now make sure that plants are not too close together, so I could try to stop itīs spreading at this time if it will hit again.
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great idea about spacing them out...

gave mine a good watering today, they have picked up a little, i think they suffered from transplant shock, but all looking good now..




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