Pretty sure they're dead, Jim...

wolfemacleodSeptember 29, 2010

That's right... I'm pretty sure they're dead.

Here in Seattle, the weather has taken a turn for the worse.

All turning black, shrivellign up.

One plant collapsed a week or so ago. I collected everything off of it that I could, hopign they would ripen inside. No go. Turnign brown and mushy.

Out of about 20 plants, we've gotten only a handful of small ripe tomatoes. ALL of my cherries split badly.

None of my Romas have ripened.

They're turning brown and mushy, and modly on the vine now... plants are turnign black, and shrivelling. Blight?

These have been goign since late March. Almost nothing ripened. Maybe three pounds worth.

A collossal waste of money here, if you ask me.

On the brigth side, my Cucumbers did OK. But, I was really looking forward to Cucumber-tomato salads...

Here is a link that might be useful: Here's a few pics of the recent... deaths...

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You win some, you lose some. I have had rain for 2 months. Most everything is dead. I have to start over.

    Bookmark   September 30, 2010 at 2:55PM
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