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Old May 19, 2021   #19
Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Joplin MO
Posts: 1,398

We have had a lot of cool, cloudy, drizzly days with about 2.5" of rain these last several weeks. Not great weather to promote growth and development. I did a drench with Agrothive 3-3-5 before the cool, wet and cloudy and didn't treat again since April 11th. I have 7 tomatoes and 4 pepper plants in the raised bed and 5 tomatoes in 30 gal containers. All look lush green and are flowering,'though I haven't noticed any fruit set yet except on one YumYum pepper plant. Growth on the containers seems slightly ahead of those in-ground. We are still getting daily periods of rain, but at least the temps are rising into the mid to upper 70's.

So far I am liking what I see using Agrothrive. Nothing controlled or scientific, just my observations.
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