Late in the tomato season, there’s still work to do and $$$ to be made
publication date: Sep 1, 2010
By September, the thrill you felt about tomatoes in July may have evaporated. Prices have probably dropped, you’re tired of the itchy arms you get from picking, and the vines are starting to look stressed or, worse, diseased.
But that doesn’t mean you should turn your back on your tomatoes. With a little effort, you can bring in a good final harvest and get things in shape for next year’s crop.
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