The determinate plants in House #1 are loaded.
Clusters on an indeterminate plant the end of April 2015. Turning red!!!
Tomato cluster after thinning.
Tomato cluster before thinning.
A colorful palate of our tomatoes, fresh out of the greenhouses!
Our tomatoes are beginning to turn red. These are the best Greenhouse Tomatoes you will ever eat! Yum!!
This indeterminate tomato plant is a great example of what our plants look like in Houses #2 and #3 on April 3rd. Can't wait for a red, ripe tomato!!
This greenhouse full of indeterminate tomatoes is progressing nicely. We suckered and clipped again today and culled the 2nd cluster of tomatoes. The 3rd cluster will be culled next week!!
Tomatoes on March 19th. Coming along nicely. Mr. Mayse is making sure.
Here are our little Cabbage Sprouts a week later. Not so little now!
On March 4th....look what we found!! The first baby tomato! Lots more will be coming on this week in this house!
March 4th.....tomato plants are growing like crazy.
Our Indeterminate Tomatoes on Feb 25th. Mr Mayse is outstanding in his greenhouse!
Many plants in House #2 have blossoms now. Pollination will be done with a hand pollinator beginning today. We will do hand pollination for awhile before bringing in the bees.
Same tomato plant after suckering. You can see the nodule now!
Tomato plant before being suckered on Feb 25th.