Why plant fall Tomatoes?
Tomatoe plants set fruit in May, June and a little bit in July, but the summer heat stops the process. They set no fruit when the daytime heat exceeds 92f and 72f at night, as per OSU fact sheets and extension garden experts.
BUT, the plants don't die and they do begin to set fruit in September, when the weather cools down. Fruit may even be available into November or December, occasionally.
So why plant more tomato vines in June or July?