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These are the tiny seedlings only a few days old Crabbergirl. They are so delicate. I haven't touched them, just let the new ones come up around the ones that have fallen over.One thing you can do is when they fall over let them be , cover the stem that is on the ground with soil, restake or cage the top of the plat. Tomatoes will root from their main stalk and this will give you a healthier sturdier plant base. It also causes more bushing and less lank
I remember when he was alive. He went by two different names; Mahatma Ghandi and Mohandis K. Ghandi.To forget how to dig the earth and how to till the soil is to forget ourselves. Ghandi
We watched Ghandi over the weekend. It has probably been the first time in 15 years for me to watch it. Great movie, great man.
I know it is early for any tomato problems for most of us. But thought I would add a link to this site that has so much information.
That's a great idea! It seems that tomatos are one of those plants that either go great, or some years give you fits. Very good idea to share the link. I have mine up and growing in flats... As always I've started lots of 4th of July plants which I will set out in Wall-O-Water hot houses in another couple of weeks... These are for the fair, and a few main crop plants for later on... Our fair is so early that I have to use every trick in the book to get red ripe ones in time to enter.... DaveI know it is early for any tomato problems for most of us. But thought I would add a link to this site that has so much information.