Monday, August 18, 2014

or take a wait and see approach

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. 


  1. Thorough research. And I follow your advice, buy now!

  2. This year we'll break out fresh-frozen summer tomatoes AND red wine at the sight of the first snowflake. :-)