Looking for a way to keep your tomato plants healthy from tomato blight and blossom end rot? Then today’s article is a must read! Nothing is more depressing than watching tomato plants wither away from tomato blight or blossom rot.
When it comes to growing tomatoes, or more importantly, an incredible crop of tomatoes, a few tips and hints can help pave the way to sweet success. We love growing tomatoes on our little farm. In fact, they dominate nearly
Looking for a way to get those struggling tomato plants in your garden to grow bigger and better? This has been a rough year for quite a few folks when it comes to gardening. And especially for those who love
Quite simply, when you prune pepper and tomato plants, great things happen for your crop! For starters, pruning helps plants grow bigger, stronger and healthier. And it helps to keep disease and insects at bay as well. Pruning even helps
When it comes to finding a low cost tomato support that actually works, the task can seem nearly impossible! That is exactly the way we felt some nine years ago, when we planted our first big garden at the farm.
We have been planting egg shells with tomato plants for years in our garden. And quite honestly, it is amazing just how effective it has been in helping to keep our tomato crops healthy, strong and productive. In fact, we
When it comes to growing heirloom tomato varieties with big flavor, the sky is the limit! Open-pollinated (heirloom) tomatoes are soaring in popularity. It seems like every year, growers and seed companies bring more and more of these old-time tomatoes
Homemade Garlic Pasta Sauce Recipe One of our most favorite times of the year occurs when we walk in the garden and find our first ripe tomato! We know that soon we will be in full harvest, and that means
If you are looking for a simple, natural and inexpensive way to fertilize tomato plants naturally – this is it! And it works incredibly well for pepper plants too! We are always up for trying a new experiment or two
Its tomato season – and that means its time to start tying up tomatoes and peppers in the garden! Whether you use tomato stakes, cages, trellis lines, or a homemade hybrid Stake-A-Cage structure like we use to support plants, it’s