Saturday, May 1, 2010

Tomatoes setting fruit

The above photo shows the progress that the tomatoes in the autopots have made since the photo posted April 20, 2010.

The plants on the right in the photo are the Sweet Cluster, and the plants to the left are Moneymaker. There is a lot difference in the the growth patterns of these plants, with the Sweet Cluster being long vines, and the Moneymaker being shorter more stocky plants.

All of the plants have set fruit to date, however, the Sweet Cluster are out producing the Moneymaker at this point. The Sweet Cluster plants have set fruit on the first trusses, are in full bloom with the second trusses, and are already forming their third trusses.

I am currently running the TDS at about 2700 and increasing phosphorous and potassium.

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