I need to bake some pizzas.
Need some ferts for containers- though you probably know if you've grown commercially.
Ever heard of Texas Tomato food? Good stuff.... http://theurbanfarm.com/index.html
I get lots of 'em, aphids, leaf hoppers, grasshoppers, spider mites- poor tomatillos are goners- pshylids, earwigs, pillbugs, white flies, red eye bugs, etc, etc Even with all the beneficial help of wasps, soldier bugs, lady beetles, bees never fail to pollinate my squashes, and have'nt seen any horn/tobacco worms in a few years. Plenty of moth worms- all kinds.
powdery mildew, early blight , gray mold, root knot nematodes are the worst. Though I never have to deal with BER- blossom end rot, plenty of calcium from the Poway conglomerate wave of calcium carbonate/iron oxide in my area. Jurassichttp://emvc.geol.ucsb.edu/2_infopgs/IP4WNACal/fSoCalifPoway.html
only urban felines, and scrub jayes / mockingbirds eating all my potted blueberries
ok, nap time