Indeterminate Tomatoes - and Cuc question
Hi, new to SC we used raised beds, didn't expect tons of tomatoes so quickly (from seeds) but now I find I planted many determinate plants..never knew there was a difference.. and they're dying..I'm told multiple growing seasons here, so which plants are best to put in for a long continuous growing season (my cherry and grape tomatoes still doing well) can I plant more Roma? Will they still grow- is it the length of the plants life I need to watch and not the conditions? Also while I'm at it cucumber plants now have much lower yield- do they stop producing? should I plant more or will they come back? Thanks!