So tomatoes. The garden is starting to stir, well, the weeds are starting to stir, the rest of it, the interesting bits, are all quite happy to keep napping thankyouverymuchindeed. After two months of being ignored, its looking a lot like a barnyard out there. So yesterday, as it was a heavenly day, I finished flinging the fertiliser about the place and got stuck into the Great Tomato Caper.
Anyhoo, there were a few casualties, but a couple of (probably cherry) tomatoes put on good growth and mostly everyone hung in there over the short days of June and July.
THEN we had our second wet spell in July and yes, the Septoria blight is back again, sigh. There are going to be a couple of casualties, but most plants are putting on new growth and even a few baby tomatoes are appearing. I've started on the trellises for them, and will be reluctantly dragging out the tomato dust again when it stops raining.
The caper continues.