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I don't feed tomatoes until the first truss of fruit has formed, and only once or twice following that.
Possibly they've been overfed and this has caused an imbalance of nutrients?
Well, some of us are thinking of a pub meal afterwards - and I'm an Adnams bitter girl too!
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Chris, you've probably got all this info, but it sounds as if Edd's neighbour may find it useful http://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/housing-grants
Hurrah! Looking forward to meeting you Topbird
Why not contact the Natural History Museum Identification Service and see what they say
Just nip the top out - it'll grow sideshoots and lots more beans
I have Rozanne - it does get lax and sprawl - I let it spread amongst the other perennials - it doesn't seem to do them any harm and the bees love it - then when it's almost stopped flowering I cut it back hard and give it some rose or clematis fertiliser and it sends up more leaves and starts flowering again until the winter.