Tomato Jim – After The Harvest

It is November, and our growing season here in Flagstaff is over.  Now is the best time to get my tomato-growing containers ready for next spring.  Tomato diseases can remain in the soil for up to three years, re-infecting new plants, so it is best to change out the...

Tomato Jim's Flagstaff, Arizona Tomatoes

In Flagstaff I have been picking ripe tomatoes nearly every day.  The “Kellogs Breakfast” and “Black Carbon” have been the most numerous lately.  The “Stupice” have slowed down.  The “Cherokee Green” has numerous fruit on the plant, but none have ripened yet. Plants...