5:25 pm in Being a good member of this community, Completed Window Farms, Education, environmental impact, How-Tos, Materials and Resources, Nutrients, Outside Farms, Plants, posts with pitcures!, questions, Seeking Advice, Water flow, Windowfarms Project News by Jeremy
So this is my second season of window farming. I usually start a month before last frost so I can transplant to my outside garden and get a nice yield by summer. I may just keep the organic cherry tomatoes inside and see how they do. Anyone have specific upkeep tips on these? PH balance, watering intervals, etc.? First time growing cherry tomatoes in the window farm. Last year I started Romas and then transplanted.
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