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Plow & Hose: Growing a second tomato crop

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July’s summer heat in Central Texas is brutal on gardens. Water- and heat-stressed plants are more vulnerable to insect damage and disease. If your plants aren’t looking good or unproductive, you may want to pull them out and make room for new ones.Diseased and insect-infested plants should be removed to prevent further infestation and pathogen spread. As you are pulling up plants to make room for new ones, you might want to consider experimenting with trying to get a second crop from your existing tomato plants.Even though the tops of your tomato plants may look terrible from heat stress, your ...

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