Time is so precious-do not waste it.
The sun never sets on Dad's Tomato Garden Journal.
If you need a little something to make you smile this early Friday morning just click on this above, It might be a good idea to have a cup of Tea or a cup of that
Starbucks Coffee in your hands before you start.
That coffee is ready and I am having a cup right now here in this little office all alone. It sure does taste good to me, I hope that you can stop in early this morning, The tea is also ready.
Yesterday was the best weather that we have had in a long time. Bright sunshine and warm. I enjoyed being outside a little. Today at 3 A. M. the tempeature is 50 and the sun is going to shine. Things are looking better for my garden cam, and we are expecting to start getting the tomato plants in the ground monday or tuesday.
I wonder how things are going this morning up in that eagles nest in Virginia. Yesterday they were having some high wind and it looked dangerious to me but when I saw them late yesterday they were still hanging in there. Let's click on the Eagle Web Cam and see what is going. Dad.
( It is 6:15 a.m. on Friday and I have been watching the eagles have their breakfast, they look so good this morning.)
Posted on 15 April 2009 by tomatocasual.com
Reader Lynn S. writes:
“I have tomato plants that are getting black on the tips of their leaves. I have been spraying water on the leaves, right now I have them inside but plan on planting them today in my garden.
Are these black tips from putting too much water on them? Please help, I have never had my plants do this but I have never sprayed them with water either. Thank you for your help.”
Hi. There are at least a few possibilities for why your leaf tips are turning black.
The water on the leaves definitely could be the source of the problem. When leaves stay wet for some time, it’s an opportunity for Read the rest of this entry »
Tomato Casual Answers Reader’s Question: What’s Up With My Tomato Juice?
TC Reader Question: Should I not use potting mixes with fertilizer when starting tomato seeds?
Tomato Casual Answers Reader’s Question: Storing Sun-dried Tomatoes in Oil
Here above is a helpful link for tomato growers. scroll on down on this link, there is lots of good helpful information about tomato problems there, and keep this for future help. Dad .
Here is my thought for today, and I will tell you who I had in mind when I thought of this, it was old DAD.
" A soft answer turneth away wrath. But grevious words stir up anger."
" The tongue of the wise useth knowledge aright. But the mouth of fools poureth out foolishness."
This thought is from Proverbs. Chapter 15, verses 1 & 2.
This is going to be all for a little while, I may be back. I hope that this is one of your good days. Walk carefully, be kind and smile today, and I think that things will turn out alright. Both of my outside Cams are out of service while we are working on the one at the garden. At least one of them will be back soon.
BYE BYE DAD..