The Summer Tomato Market-Bottom appears to have passed.
Supply finally overcame demand and drove the price down to $2.50 per pound in early August.
But this past Saturday the price rebounded from $2.50 back up to $3.00.
So tomatoes are up on bargain hunting and there’s still a lot of cash on the sidelines.
I’m cautiously optimistic.
Then chop them with fresh basil leaves and put them into your freezer for December and January snowstorms.