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My Fall Tomato Planting (pics)

13 years ago

We typically get our first hard freeze in San Jose about January 15 each year (although last year it was December 22), so I've now planted a total of 28 new plants in 14 EarthTainers. Multiple plants of each variety:

Fall Tomato Varieties Planting

Beauty King

Beginner

Berkeley Tie-Dye

Berkeley Tie-Dye Pink

Big Beef

Dona

Black & Brown Boar

Goose Creek

Indian Stripe

Legend

NARX

Pink Boar

Purple Haze F5

Siberia

Some of the plants were at the recommendation of Steve Goto who gave a recent Presentation on Cool Weather Tomato Plants. Here were his recommendations (in addition to Stupice):

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Tomato: "Beginner"

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These "safe" varieties are meant to back-fill the Wild Boar Farms selections in case there are unexpected Fungal or cold weather situations during the next 4 months.

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More cukes, corn, and snow peas will go into the remaining EarthTainers soon. The planting "cycle" never seems to end... but I guess that is a happy problem to have.

Raybo

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