Thursday, June 5, 2014

Progress of Our Heirloom Tomatoes


Originally posted 4-20-09

I inspected the newly transplanted heirloom tomatoes in our garden last evening, and they showed no sighs of wilt.

Even with a full afternoon of sun, the tomato transplants were perky.  The leaves are a dark green color with no yellowing.

Transplanting Tomatoes Without Shock


Heirloom tomato transplanted successfully
Picture Taken Next Morning After Planting Tomatoes

Looking good!  And, the buds are still there.
 
Announcement

We've been invited to the Shands at the University of Florida Earth Day event, Wednesday, April 22.  It takes place in the atrium.  Organic and  earth friendly business from the North Central Florida and Gainesville area will be there exhibiting .   We'll have a working worm compost bin with red worms, earthworm egg capsules,"bucket of worms" for folks to get their hands into and observe up close and personal,  and information on Pure Black Castings and VermaPlex .

Certified Organic Garden Fertilizer Resources:


organic worm castings for heirloom tomatoes

Pure Black Castings™:  Certified Organic Worm Castings created using only organic materials.

VermaMax®:  Chicken Litter organically composted using VermaPlex®.

VermaPlex®:  Created from Certified Organic Pure Black Castings™.  Innoculate your garden soil and your compost heap.



Organic Fertilizer Information: Find use/application guides at Monroe Works


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