Down here in Oklahoma the summer heat routinely gets too hot for tomatoes to produce for quite a long time and there's a lot of disease/drought/heat pressure on the plants as well so it's tricky to keep them alive and fruitful until the weather cools down. So I've begun to shoot very explicitly for two tomato production seasons.
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