Josh Kunkel wrote: Applying this strategy to my context here in Central Texas: instead of lamenting the extreme summer conditions I can embrace the incredible opportunity of having two growing seasons in a single calendar year, and plan accordingly.
Randie Piscitello wrote:Does anyone have more tried and true tomato varieties that produce further into the Texas heat? I know the cherries tend to do better in general and am testing out quite a bit of different types myself, but my soil is only on year 1-3 on improving from caliche crud depending on the garden's area so I know there will be general improvement as the years go on.
If you were a tree, what sort of tree would you be? This tiny ad is a poop beast.
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