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www.thespruce.com/tips-for-growing-late-season-tomatoes...

Many of these late-season varieties are ideal for those gardeners with a long growing season. Gardeners with a short season may end up with frost before they're able to get a harvest from some of these varieties, so keep your first frost date in mind when choosing varieties.

www.tomatodirt.com/planting-tomatoes-late.html

Special tips for planting tomatoes late. As the season wears on, retailers are anxious to unload their stock. Look for good deals and sales on seedlings at nursery centers and home improvement stores late in the planting season. Buy tomato plants to set in your garden. Just be sure to check the plants to make sure they're healthy.

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When to Plant. When growing tomatoes, you can choose varieties for your garden by days to maturation. Early-season tomatoes produce fruit in 65 days or less, while late-season tomatoes generally ...

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Tomatoes run on warmth; plant in late spring and early summer except in zone 10, where they are a fall and winter crop. For a head start on growing, plant starter plants instead of seeds. Choose young tomato plants from Bonnie Plants®, a company that has spent over 100 years helping home gardeners ...

www.gardeningknowhow.com/.../planting-time-for-tomatoes.htm

While knowing the planting time for tomatoes is helpful, many people also wonder how late can I plant tomatoes and still get a crop. The answer to this varies depending on the variety of tomato you have.. The key to the question of, “Is it too late to plant tomatoes?” is the days to maturity.

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In this video I show how to successfully get late tomatoes through the hot and dry July/August days. The trick is to make a tent of newspaper to shade the plant for a few days until it can get ...

www.tomatodirt.com/fall-tomatoes.html

The purpose of tomato growing in the fall is a bit different than spring/summer tomato gardening. In the spring and summer, you may be planting in order to get a significant crop to use for eating, canning, freezing, and drying.In the fall, the idea is simply to have fresh tomatoes to enjoy through that first freeze.

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Growing season: late Feb. through Dec. Zone 9 is located in the higher elevations around Zone 8, but its summers are just as hot; its winter lows are slightly higher (temperatures range from 28 degrees to 18 degrees F/-2 degrees to -8 degrees C). Rainfall pattern is the same as in Zone 8. ZONE 10.

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Most people are lucky if their tomatoes go into late August, but in this video I will show you how we keep out tomatoes going until Late OCTOBER! Send mail to: PO box 131 Marysville, MI 48040 450 ...

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But you can extend the growing season into late September (and maybe even beyond!) by following these expert tips from tomato-ologists Milt McGiffen, a Cooperative Extension vegetable specialist ...