Tomato Tips

It’s a balmy morning in mid-July and plants have received adequate moisture. The Plant Exchange USDA Zone 4 -5a refers more to winter averages.  Summer heat, dry and erratic conditions also impact the region. We cherish temperate conditions that help container plants to remain robust in mid-summer.

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Besides flowers, many Plant Exchange readers like to grow tomatoes. When we find a seasoned gardener like Lyle Becker of Ace Hardware Greenhouse who shares what encourages a positive outcome for tomatoes, we want to listen. His suggestions may apply broadly to other others as well. His suggestions about growing tomatoes are at this link:

http://www.yankton.net/river_city/article_2a1d723a-654e-11e8-a49a-0317ea026e78.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share

Share a tomato tip with us? Just leave a comment.

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