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Old March 5, 2019   #26
DonDuck
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Originally Posted by bower View Post
I saw what happened to your Karma Pink and others on one crazy hot day, while popping in and out between the outages here. Your temperatures would be unbearable to us.

Good luck with the poor tomatoes... they are always a goldilocks.
I hope our Texan friends can tell you something you can still grow in the shade, when the heat gets out of hand!

My heatmaster hybrid tomatoes thrived in the highest heat and full sun last summer while the other varieties were wilting and dying. I'm growing them again this year, but I will not plant out until ir starts getting hot. They don't seem to like cool weather or any shade. They also were very productive with large, tasty tomatoes in the high heat.
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