[Market-farming] Fruit Set Temperatures
Flying S Farms
farmerwantabe at hotmail.com
Sun Aug 5 21:08:00 EDT 2012
I just googled 'pollination temperature' several places came up! Thanks for your post I was able to find out why I'm loosing so many tomato blossoms. Good luck with your search.
Flying S Farms
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Hanging on by the seeds of our plants!
On Aug 5, 2012, at 3:02 PM, "Allan Balliett" <allan.balliett at gmail.com> wrote:
> Howdy -
> Here in the mid-atlantic our daytime temps have been staying pretty
> much up in the 90s the last 3 weeks or so.
> While I got pretty good harvests of tomatoes, eggplants and sweet
> peppers last week, I don't see much fruit out there this week on the
> peppers or egg plants (tomatoes are, fortunately, loaded)
> I don't see many blossoms, either.
> I have some bush beans that are full of blossoms but are taking their
> sweet time to make any beans.
> Mr. Google has let me down for locating a precise and authorative
> explanation of reduced fruit set in peppers and eggplants and beans
> due to high heat that I can pass along to my CSA members this week.
> I'm wondering if anyone reading this list can point me to such a
> document (like from a University, or something)
> Or, am I kidding myself and my peppers and eggplants have just quit
> after one fruit set?
> It's raining outside right now. Praise the Lord! I don't think it's
> getting cooler any time soon, though.
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