Sunday, 24 June 2012
Thankfully Saturday turned out drier, and with a little bit of sunshine, but on the downside it was windy so another not very June like day.
Back on the 12th June I posted about a large chunk of timber found in a bag of Levington’s compost when I planted up my tomato plants. The true test of the compost must be the quality of the plants and harvest produced. Well I’m pleased to report that the tomato plants are looking very healthy after their first few weeks in these grow bags.
These are the plants just after planting out in our home greenhouse on 6th June. It had been a struggle to raise these plants and I wasn't that impressed by the quality of the plants but I was determined to give them a chance.
So despite a poor start to life these plants are now growing away extremely well in Levington’s grow bag compost. I’m looking forward to a good crop of tomatoes even if they are much later than I would normally expect.
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