Another perfect day up in the vegetable garden, we now have 92 tomato plants in the ground. So we need a good hot summer and we will have an interesting crop I think. We got them all in the ground, a stake on each, tied up and ended the day with watering. One of the best starts you can give new plants is a really good soak, not with a can but leaving the sprinkler on the area for an hour.
That’s a lot of tomatoes. Makes my 8 plants seem rather pathetic! They are setting fruit already though 🙂
I was worried about the cold nights we still got into June, well done on your crop.
It will give you a lot of tomatoes, I hope 🙂 But by watering directly on the leaves, are you not afraid of the mildew ? Or maybe this disease is less common in England ? (I leave in Brittany, France, where it usually does a lot of harm, especially in July/August).