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Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?

 
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Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
My uncle says its going to be a tough winter.
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
I grew cherry tomatoes last winter and have some growing this year too. also lettuce, peppers and various herbs. I have a south-facing room "sunroom" with lots of tall windows. It's so nice to pick fresh salads in the middle of winter, especially sweet flavorful tomatoes which you can't get at the store.
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
never seen winteru2efine
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
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you are growing Roma tomatoes,
[link to www.gardeningknowhow.com]
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?

W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
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you are growing Roma tomatoes,
[link to www.gardeningknowhow.com]
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Nope. Not Roma. Several other varieties. If anything it's the heat from the lamps.
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?

W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1515994


you are growing Roma tomatoes,
[link to www.gardeningknowhow.com]
[/quote

Nope. Not Roma. Several other varieties. If anything it's the heat from the lamps.
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if you know it's heat ,why did you lie you don't know ?s226
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?

W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1515994


you are growing Roma tomatoes,
[link to www.gardeningknowhow.com]
[/quote

Nope. Not Roma. Several other varieties. If anything it's the heat from the lamps.
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if you know it's heat ,why did you lie you don't know ?s226
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Don't know. Am guessing.
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
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What kind of bulbs do you use?

And do you have a timer for them, or do you keep them on 24/7?
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?

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you are growing Roma tomatoes,
[link to www.gardeningknowhow.com]
[/quote

Nope. Not Roma. Several other varieties. If anything it's the heat from the lamps.
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if you know it's heat ,why did you lie you don't know ?s226
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1515994


Don't know. Am guessing.
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you must be underwatering , temperature during winter will never be a problem unless your using 250 watt lamp in basement
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Re: Does anyone grow tomato plants in the winter?
W have two hydroponic grow rooms in the basement. Have grown tomatoes fro the last several years, would like to try lettuce as well.
The tomatoes are nice but the skins are always thicker. Don't know why.
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What kind of bulbs do you use?

And do you have a timer for them, or do you keep them on 24/7?
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Not sure on the bulbs, my husband built it. Yes, they are on a timer. Reg. nighttime hours off.
I have thought it might be the heat cause going down there is like walking into the center of the damn sun!
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if you know it's heat ,why did you lie you don't know ?s226
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Don't know. Am guessing.
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you must be underwatering , temperature during winter will never be a problem unless your using 250 watt lamp in basement
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Its gotta be the bulbs. They are grown in controlled medium with a circulating pump that bathes the roots and pots at pre set intervals.

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