Source, William Dam Seeds
Excellent disease resistance
Semi determinate, support needed
Star of season 2020
This season proved more challenging. Last year, I allowed seedlings of the previous season, with no disease resistance, to grow and produce fruits. To correct my mistake, I spread woodchips, hoping to kill the pathogens in the soil, and it worked. Unfortunately, it also created a perfect environment for flea beetles, and depleted the soil of nitrogen.
Within a week of planting the tomatoes, the leaves gradually turned yellow.
I dug a trench in between the plants, filled it with compost, cutup borage and shredded leaves. Kept it moist.
Planted basil, melissa, oregano, and nasturtium at the base. Then I watched the plants recover slowly.