We returned home to find we escaped the frost, but the blight is upon us. Many of the tomatoes crashed and burned, hardest hit were the incredibly prolific Juliet tomatoes, but the Cherokee Purple, Yellow Currant and Moskvitch are also approaching dead. Still hanging in are the Striped Roman, Amish Paste, and Sungold Cherry. The delicious Pineapple tomato plant, slightly sequestered in the hoophouse, thus far appears to have escaped, but with rain and cool temps today, I’m sure the clock is ticking. Ah, well, at least the squash are still producing like mad. Zucchini, anyone?
Looks more like August