Doing something different for Desert Gardening - Tomatoes
What do you do differently for growing tomatoes in the desert. For example, it's recommended to cut off extra leaves, but for the desert, it might be better to leave the extra leaves on for sun protection. I don't know if that is a good idea or not. I'd like to hear what you successful tomato growers are doing different than what some gardening books tell you that might be good for other parts of the country but not here.