We plant our tomatoes just after May 15th, which is the last frost date in our area. This is an important date to remember. Last year we had a frost on May 14th, so it is always risky planting sensitive crops before then. Somehow this year we started harvesting tomatoes out in our field three weeks earlier then we normally do. The weather has been even and favorable, we planted at the right time, and nurtured our plants and in return they give us fruit. A lot of attention goes toward our tomatoes so sometimes we lose crops to weeds such as sweet potatoes, flowers, and carrots. Plants want to live so there is still a chance we can recover, however we always find comfort in the chaos.