Texas gardeners typically plant tomatoes twice – in the spring and late-summer – with a break during extremely hot periods of July and August, during which production usually slows or stops, according to Dr. Joe Masabni, AgriLife Extension horticulturist, Overton.
But multiple plantings and choosing the right varieties can give growers a chance to bridge the gap to fall production and ensure tomatoes are always on the table.
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