Growing in sandy florida soil
O.K. I ran out of organic fertilizer and I have decided to plant the remaining tomatoes in the ordinary soil of my yard. Here in Florida the soil is very sandy and not exactly ideal for tomatoes. Nevertheless the plants seem to be doing alright. At least they are growing. But what should I expect? Even with bad soil I should still get a few good tomatoes right? P.S their heirloom and cherry tomatoes.