By Bob Randall, Ph.D.
Originally published in the Houston Chronicle
"In the several decades I have been vegetable gardening, I have had many failed crops. Tomatoes, however, never fail. Year after year we have a huge crop of fantastic ones in May and June, and a nice crop in November and December. Just when the fresh tomatoes are gone in June, it is time to plant seeds for the fall crop, and just when the fresh tomatoes are gone in winter, it is time to plant seeds for the spring crop. Sounds nice, right?"
Read Bob's complete article here. Also, download a copy of "Ten Tips for Growing Top Tomatoes" based on Bob Randall's book, Year Round Vegetables, Fruits, and Flowers for Metro Houston.