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What do you do with your tomato plants at the end of the season?

What do you do with your tomato plants at the end of the season?

The best idea is to dispose of the plants in the municipal trash or compost bin. Tomatoes are susceptible to Early blight, Verticillium, and Fusarium wilt, all soil borne diseases. Another effective management tool to combat the spread of disease is to practice crop rotation.

Can you get good tomatoes in winter?

Since winter isn’t peak season for tomatoes, you’re not going to be faced with endless varieties right now. The two types of winter tomatoes you’re pretty much guaranteed to find at the grocery store are Roma and Vine Ripe. The two can be used interchangeably in recipes this time of year, but more on that below.

Are tomatoes good right now?

These juicy red veggies (technically fruit) are at peak season right now and come in so many varieties. Here’s the low-down on the common ones you may find and a recipe for a simple roasted tomato sauce — perfect for pasta or bread dipping.

Are tomatoes always in season?

When are tomatoes in season? All year round, with a constantly changing line-up of varieties from season to season.

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