If you’re growing tomatoes, you’ve likely waited months for that first ripe, juicy taste. After months of weeding, watering and tending, they’re finally here.
This year’s tomato crop has arrived with a bang. That’s great news for gardeners with a craving for BLTs and salsa. But it doesn’t take long for a gardeners be overwhelmed by a surplus of tomatoes.
Howard Sheckler of Lehighton is making the most of this year’s tomato crop.
He typically grows 20-24 plants, but cut back to just a dozen this year.