Down here in 'Bama we are in the middle of the worst spring
drought on record. I don't think it has rained one time in the month of May, and it only rained 2 or 3 times in April. Obviously this fact stinks for people like me who are growing
tomatoes for the first time.
This brings me to another question. When one relies on city, chlorinated water for almost all of the watering in a drought period, does it take away from the taste of the fruit?