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Want bigger fruits? Try pruning your plants! Trim new growth to let your old growth thrive, along with your fruits. Be especially careful with tomato plants. Tomato plants often develop “sucker” branches between the plant stem and branches. These branches take away growth from the stem and branches and can lead to a disappointing plant.
Curled, yellow leaves are a sure sign of a calcium deficiency. Many all-in-one fertilizers don’t contain enough calcium, an essential nutrient in cell manufacturing and plant growth. Now is the perfect time to treat your garden with hydrated lime or another calcium rich fertilizer to ensure proper fruit growth.
Be on the look out for Spider Mites! Spider mites thrive in hot, dry conditions (like your garden in the summer) and seem to especially target plants that are stressed due to drought or poor nutrition. One of the best controls is to keep your plants healthy through proper watering and feeding. Also watch for light spotting and webbing between leaf spaces.