PCMG – FAQ’s – Tomatoes

Killing Freeze on Tomato Plants

PCMG - FAQ's - Killing Freeze on Tomato PlantsFreeze killed my tomato plants, re-planting my plants will bloom too late to set a lot of tomatoes because of the heat factor. May I hit them with super bloom fertilizer and force them to bloom early and if so when should...

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What Is The Best Way to Water Tomato Plants?

PCMG - FAQ's - What Is The Best Way to Water Tomato Plants?What is the best way to water tomato plants and how much? Water must be available in sufficient quantities for healthy growth. Most vegetables do not like wet feet, but they all must have water on a regular...

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Tomatoes Underside Turn Flat and Black

PCMG - FAQ's - Tomatoes Underside Turn Flat and BlackEvery year I try to grow tomatoes with little success. The undersides always turn flat and black. Blossom end rot is a deficiency of calcium. The problem starts at the bottom of the tomato as a pale, brown spot that...

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Tomatoes ~ Determinate & Indeterminate

PCMG - FAQ's - Tomatoes ~ Determinate & IndeterminateWhat is the difference between Determinate and Indeterminate tomato plants? When purchasing tomato plants the tag should indicate whether the plant is Determinate (Det) or Indeterminate (Ind). Also, the tag should...

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Recommended Vegetables & Guide for Parker Co.

PCMG - FAQ's - Recommended Vegetables & Guide for Parker Co.Planting dates apply to the Parker County area and refer to the planting of seed unless otherwise indicated. Listed cultivars were selected for their productivity, resistance to common diseases and...

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Planting Date For Tomatoes?

PCMG - FAQ's - Planting Date For Tomatoes??Spring Gardens: Tomato transplants should after the last normal freeze/frost date in Parker County. In spring the best dates are between March 25th and April 15th. If a late freeze/frost is perdicted cover your plants with a...

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