During my morning inspection, I discovered that something has been nibbling on the tomato blossoms.  The Sun Gold has been particularly hard hit.  The two early cherry tomatoes remain (it seems that no insects like the fruit of the deadly nightshade family) but all that remains of the other blossoms are blunt-ended stubs.  The same is true for the Super Sweet 100s (the other cherry tomato variety we are growing).  It’s early in the season so no major loss but we will start spraying them with the herbal repellent.

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