A: Once you brought a clipping of the tomato leaves into the office, the culprit was easy to identify. The cause of the white lines is probably the American serpentine leafminer, Liriomyza trifolii. The American serpentine leafminer is… Read More
A: Since this is July in Florida, it is a little late or too early – depending on how you look at it for the plants to produce fruit. Tomatoes and beans should have been planted between February… Read More
A: We recommend planting tomatoes from February through April for summer production and July through August for fall production. You will need to protect any young, tender plants from frost. If you want large fruit consider planting Celebrity,… Read More
Q: I planted some beans and tomatoes about ten days ago and they really are not doing very well. Why?
Q: I planted some beans and tomatoes about ten days ago and they really are not doing very well. Do you have any suggestions as to why? What am I doing wrong? A: July is really a difficult… Read More