Here's a May 2015 photo. My tomato crop performed adequately over the spring and summer, but I know it can be better as I learn of better ways to feed and care for the plants. Even though tomatoes grow well in the summer, SE Texas summers can be extremely hot and brutal. My cherry tomatoes and grape tomatoes are a little less sensitive to the hotter temps, which is great because they are so tasty in salads.
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