Replanting Tomatoes

Jai Ganesha!

One of the things that Yoginathaswami and Dayanatha learned at their hydroponic tomato class in Arizona, was that you can't keep old tomato plants as long as we were keeping them, without a drastic reduction in crop production. After a certain amount of time it is prudent to remove the old plants and start new ones. So recently the team gathered in the greenhouse and did just that.

One Response to “Replanting Tomatoes”

  1. Lynda McClanahan says:

    It takes about 3 months for tomatoes to start bearing in our area with the usual great first flush, then diminishing returns. I wonder how long a growing season is required for this pull-and-replant to work. We always love reading about the monastery’s agricultural adventures. I wish there were a Hindu gardening section in “Hinduism Today!.”

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