No tomatoes! - Knowledgebase Question

camp hill, Pe
Question by pcicco
July 24, 2007
I planted 2


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Answer from NGA
July 24, 2007

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This is a large beefsteak type of tomato and, like many heirlooms, can take 85 to 95 days to harvest -- so it is still a bit early for them to be ready. Blooming is a good sign. I would not bother removing suckers, the more foliage the more energy the plant will have, although it is a matter of personal preference. On the good news side, it is an indeterminate type and will continue growing and bearing until frost. Enjoy those tomatoes!

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