Another Question About Indeterminates.
I live in south Texas,
The weather has been really hot.
Do you think,
That if (and that is a VERY big if!)
I can keep my indeterminate tomatoes alive
through this heat,
They might bear fruit this fall?
Seems like I read somewhere
(living in a mild climate)
kept their indeterminates alive
and bearing for several seasons.
But I don't remember where I read it,
And haven't been able to find it again.
So far the plants look good.
I got them in the ground much too late,
So there hasn't been much fruit from them.
I'd appreciate your thoughts.