Here are some pictures of the newly transplanted babies, tomato babies. Just in case you thought I was sitting on my laurels! I try not to transplant until they have there first true leaves. It takes them 4 to 7 days to germinate, then another week to grow their true leaves I have found there is no real point to transplanting any earlier than that. Often, when you do, they fail to thrive. There isn’t enough root system to recover well.
Here are the two greenhouses almost full of plants. I will be transplanting about 2000 more in about a week. Again, waiting for them to get their true leaves.
Now for some individual pictures
Oh my! When will you begin selling plants? We just got home after 3 months in Tanzania, and I’m ready to begin my gardening for 2018.
I am hoping to start selling mid-April. Keep watch on the facebook page and the website for when we open. Should be a good year. What was in Tanzania?
That is a lot of tomatoes!