Sunday, July 5, 2009

Harvested Husky Gold; 6 More Plants With Maturing Tomatoes!

Today's harvest includes 22 Red Currant, 10 Yellow Perfection, 10 White Currant, 10 Sweet Olive, 6 Red Grape, 5 front yard Paul Robeson (one 6.5 ounces), 3 Sweet 100, 2 Cherokee Purple, 2 Husky Gold (new!), 2 Jaune Flamme, 2 back yard Speckled Roman (again, sigh, both with blossom end rot), 2 Turkish Striped Monastery, 2 back yard Garden Peach, 2 SunSugar, Italian Ice, Plum Tigris, Patio and Jeff Davis for a total of 84 tomatoes.

The harvest numbers are shooting up. Last week we were averaging a little over 20 this. We've harvested one less tomato in July so far (298) than we harvested in all of June (299).

I did more staking and taping yesterday, mostly in the front yard.

And there's at least 6 plants with maturing tomatoes. In the front yard, Mong is the furthest along while Mexico and Speckled Roman have tomatoes that are beginning to mature. In the back yard, Japanese Black Trifele, Orange Blossom and Cour de Bue have tomatoes that are beginning to mature.

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