Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Bad Tomato Update

This a Roma tomato plant that I planted on the same day as the other plant and it has been producing nice-sized and juicy tomatoes.

Side by side shot of the good tomatoes and the bad tomato.

Shot of the bad spot on the bad tomato; Mom told me as well as several other people to just cut it off and other good tomatoes would begin to grow. No other tomatoes have grown on this plant, just the bad one. As you can see from the picture it's beginning to get ripe.

(I bet that worm inside is getting big and fat.)


Margaret Hall said...

Oh, that poor, poor tomato! Shoot it and get it out of it's, the Roma, on the other hand, is really showing how it is done! Sorry.......Maybe it will come out of it's slump?

Unknown said...

Let us know what happens when the bad one is gone.

Makes you wonder, doesn't it?

Sherry at EX Marks the Spot

Grayquill said...

Are you stubborn? Your mom said cut it off...Why do you want a ripe tomato with a hole in it? Seems a little wacky to me…
Of course I have read three or four of your posts now and yip...great wacky writer.



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