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Old September 9, 2018   #288
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Originally Posted by AKmark View Post
I would look up Haifa's tomato guide. You should also consider Hydrogardens tomato growers manual. It is 10 dollars I think and is excellent. If you follow the directions you should be alright. However, it is really nice to own a PPM meter and a pH pen to make sure you are on track. Observation combined with knowledge of deficiency signs is very helpful too. You should polish up on that, and maybe element antagonism.

There is a learning curve, but it is not so bad. Put in a bit of effort to learn this and you will be canning tomatoes, and giving them to the neighbors too.

We have all winter to figure things out, I have a bunch of new stuff I am working on too.

Good luck

Thanks, Mark, will spend some time looking stuff up and working it.
I'm not a complete idiot, some parts are missing.
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