Hot temperatures impacted local tomatoes for many backyard farmers. From left, a beefsteak, an Early Girl and yellow pear tomatoes.
Hot temperatures impacted local tomatoes for many backyard farmers. From left, a beefsteak, an Early Girl and yellow pear tomatoes. Autumn Cruz acruz@sacbee.com
Hot temperatures impacted local tomatoes for many backyard farmers. From left, a beefsteak, an Early Girl and yellow pear tomatoes. Autumn Cruz acruz@sacbee.com

Why no tomatoes? Could be all that heat

August 18, 2017 02:00 PM

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