Comments: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Sounds yummy. I'm going to have to try this one.

Posted by Sarah G. at July 25, 2005 12:58 PM

How wonderful to have that many tomatoes. I had the same problem with my Roma and Beefsteak tomatoes when I planted my garden last year (did not plant this year).
I spoke to my dad who knows fertilizer and he said my soil was poor in... uhm, nitrogen I think it was... I will double check with him and get back to you if you want. I have seen what his fertlizer ideas do to a garden and I must say it is rather remarkable.

Posted by blair at July 25, 2005 03:06 PM

Argh! Me luvs Tomaters!

The recipe sounds "delish"; printed and filed. Thanks!

Posted by DR at July 25, 2005 04:53 PM

The simplest way to keep your soil healthy is to rotate what you plant and make sure to plant peas or other nitrogen-fixing plants every third year or so.

However, your best bet is to speak with a local gardener and ask for the local soil issues; they will know best how to make your soil rich!

Posted by B. Durbin at July 30, 2005 11:24 AM