Fertilize all season long?
hi....i have a 3 by 20 ft organic tomato patch.
the soil is great, i added manure and compost at the beginning of the year.
in each tomato plant hole i started with a couple of tbsp's of espoma tomato-tone, phosphate and bone meal.
that's it up until now. (i planted 6 weeks ago,nyc area)
i have all heirlooms and they are doing great.
some plants have more tomatoes than others but i have 12 different varieties.
i also squeezed in peppers and basil.
at this point i'm not sure to leave things alone and have the plants supported by the nice rich soil or add a 'lil more espoma organic as a boost. i have a lot of little tomatoes springing out.
what's the rule of thumb?
i dont want to risk overfertilizing.
i was also thinking of trying some liquid seaweed for the first time.