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I am fairly certain that this is not true, seeing as at the end of the season, most of us compost our tomato plants, with no adverse effects.
Whats going on, I am confused, not unusual I know, but I would like to know.
Is that what your calling yourself now......Lyn. I am sure that was not your name the last time we met!
I don't use FBB on acid lovers, instead once a month I water with an ericaceous feed, from March to September.
OL, I am not graceful, certainly temperamental, like the warmth, but not too much, am very demanding, and certainly liked to be cared for!
I am with you Yviesstevie, don't miss the job, love the time I have now, but I do miss the money, and the company. Its amazing how quickly my friends forgot me.
Sieving all the soil on an allotment, to a depth of say 1 foot, would be a massive job, I wouldn't do it, but I am very lazy!
As Buddyboy says it is probably normal, but also are you feeding it, is the pot now too small, and, does the compost need replacing?
I would wait until next Spring when they will put on rapid growth.
I would, in fact I feed all year, although there is a view which says not to feed during summer.
There is also more pleasure being able to watch the birds all year on the feeders.