My potatoes have not been looking too well. The photo below was taken two weeks ago.
Not sure if this was potato blight, which can spread to tomatoes, I donned gloves and pulled out all my potato plants except for one that still looked healthy, and threw them into a plastic bag and threw them into the trash. If it is blight, I don't want to compost them and possibly spread the blight to future gardens.
Even though I had never seen the potatoes in bloom, a sign of developing potatoes, I decided to dig around and see if there were any spuds in the ground.
This year, when I finish harvesting the bed, I'll prepare the soil to take some fall crops. Yes, fall crops. And I am behind on my planting for fall. I just got my seeds planted for kale, cabbage and brussel sprouts. I hope I get to enjoy some of them before it gets too cold.
(Cucumber recipes, anyone?)