Can I grow Roma tomatoes in july
I have two tomato plants right now, one delicious tomato plant and one cherry tomato. I just realized I want to be able to make my own pasta sauce and I know Romas are the best for pasta sauce but now it's July. Is it ok to plant one now? Will or grow fast enough?
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If your plants have time to produce depends on your growing zone. If you are in a warmer climate, your plants may have enough time to reach maturity.
On average your plants will need 100 to 125 days from seed to harvest or 75 days from seedling transplant.
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