I'll allow it!
Lookin' good !! What type of toms are they? I did 2 types last year but not this year.
the heat and humidity don't help, Dan. i've had a lot of bottom rot.
i'm growing 3 kinds, my Spanish angel............Brandywine, a local heirloom for slicing, Princep Borghese, for sun-dried tomatoes, and Sungold, yellow cherry tomatoes.
so it's bottom rot? and i'm guessing if/when the temps cool down the fruits will look better? thx for the tomato lesson. i'm embarrassed to say i'm mostly an ornamentals guy. next year i'll get the brandywines. i hate it when i put so much energy into a plant and it doesn't produce....
cool cannabis cover...now you see em...now you don't...my maters look way better now. pity they are all ripening at the same time...too much of a good thing gets dull. but sadly all my other veggies are plagued by mites because of last months record heat. except the maters which seem immune.
i hear ya Dan.............its getting hard to look at tomatoes. we made pickles which are delicious, and i just put in some new green bean plants. my Kush looks great under there. its 4ft tall, LST'd, and just startin' to flower.