So about a week and a half later, I planted another tomato in its spot. This time a Italian Heritage tomato. Sadly in the last day this one has also seemed to have just fallen over. The other 3 plants around it seem fine.
I think it could be root rot, but Im still worried it could be wilting...
Link to my previous post: here
Just wanted to post a little update. Get some thoughts from everyone on a couple of things, and say hi!
3 of the plants are growing really well.
The Lemon Drop tomato has bushed out a lot into 3 main stems, which I imagine how it...
Thanks for the video suggestion!
I'm pretty sure it's the same one Mark used in his recent video filling the large beds, however he also added humus, and had some large organic stuff at the bottom, which I have not.
So last weekend I posted about my new tomato raised bed. They seem to be doing well so far, however this weekend I'm intending on planting beets along the front of them.
The beds are filled with soil we got from Nuway (link below)
Thanks! I'll let Pippin know
I had a google and yeah It does seem that pruning the diseased leaves and a fungicide can control it. I'm hesitant to prune while the plants are still so young, so I'll keep an eye on them for the time being and just be careful when watering to make sure it doesn't...
Finally settled into my new home, and have finished my first project which was improving the tiny strip of garden bed that came with the house, extending it around another side. Planning on using this as my insect attractances!
My partner and I already have one 8-In-1 Birdies...
Can't really sum up brisbane any better than a nice warm day in the middle of winter.
Anyway, hey im Jacob! Im a Software Engineer living in brisbane.
Just bought my first house, and I'm super excited to put all the things ive absorbed from Marks videos into practice.
I've got 5 different...