Photo by jayneandd. We all want great tomatoes from our tomato plants, but often the plants are hit by diseases or pests and although some fruit develops wouldn’t it be nice to maximize the yield from each plant to get a killer crop, by curing the diseases or getting rid of the pests? The first
This ebook on how to grow tomatoes is written by Lucia Grimmer and Annette Welsford. Lucia has a Masters Degree in Plant Pathology and works as a technical nutrition specialist in the fertilizer industry. Annette has a partial degree in Horticulture. For me as an amateur grower this puts some weight behind the 37,000 words
Hollie Gavin from holliescards.co.uk sent me this cool sign for my garden: Check out her website if you want to know more about her work.
I planted a couple of rows of onions rather late this year, but it seems like they wanted to grow anyway. In fact so well that they needed to be thinned many weeks ago. I’ve been busy indoors lately since our second daughter was born 6 weeks ago and our first daughter aged 1 ½