I water as necessary and feed once a week.
More than 1 apple is better. Plus a shoot with leaves.
NO, NO, NO. The so-called seed head is the male part of the sweelcorn. Remove it and you won't get any sweetcorn.
Any tomato plants exposed to the elements will get blight at this time of year. Ditto potatoes if blight is about.
I always take off the flowers on or about the 1st August and the fruit that won't make it on September 1st.
I think green tomato chutney is the food of the Devil so I don't encourage it.
When they come away easily at the first joint behind the fruit. Sounds silly, but they will just look ready!
As you have a good number, trial and error is a good method. Pick one and try it.
Red refers to the skin colour, not the flesh.
Got my tomatoes ripening now by cutting some
of the foliage back.
Tomatoes ripen whether you remove the foliage or not. But there is no reason to keep non-productive foliage on the plant.
In, probably, October take three apples and a small branch with leaves to an Apple Day. They are held all over the country. There will be someone there who will identify your apple.