Last Garden Harvest Except For Potatoes

Well my gardening season has come to an end. It was a very tough season this year. Made a few mistakes which cost me my corn crop but I learned some valuable lessons.
My sweet peppers plants were all but taken over by black spot although I was able to manage to harvest some peppers. Next time I plant sweet peppers I will stick with the ones that have really worked for me in the past and stay away from some of the fancier varieties that I tried this years that I did not have very good luck with. I did pretty well with my 2 tomato plants that I harvested the larger juicing tomatoes from. These are the tomatoes that I specifically got to make spaghetti sauce out of. I just recently finished with a 3rd harvest in a matter of 10 days and they are now inside to finish ripening up. I usually like to let them ripen on the vine but with the way the season has gone I did not want to take any chances with insects or birds getting to them, so I brought them in to ripen. Once they have all ripened up we will clean them up real good and put them through the juicer and then vacuum seal them and put them in the freezer for later use.
I just recently planted some Yukon Gold potatoes but those won't be ready for harvest until October and that will be it for this year.
Here are some photos from this years final tomato harvest:


Update On The Garden

Well there isn't much left of the garden. I have 11 planter pots left with sweet pepper plants but I am not sure how much more that I might get out of them due to the fact the that Black Spot got a hold of all of them. I already cleared and cleaned out approximately 18 plant pots that were on the back deck due to the black spot along with cleaning out 4 big planter pots that had tomatoes in them. Besides the 11 sweet peppers that I have left I still have a mini garden of sorts out in oval garden area that has 3 tomato plants that are planted in the ground and approximately 8 stalks of corn. I am nor sure if the corn will produce anything since it looks like something is beginning to nibble on the leaves and stalks.
Now the tomatoes are a different subject. 2 plants are the Supersauce Hybrid tomatoes. Between these 2 plants there are roughly 80 larger sized tomatoes on them. The other tomato plant is a larger Roma style.
Below are photos of the 3 plants. The Supersauce are the larger tomatoes:

Within the next couple of weeks I will be planting my 2nd round of Yukon Gold seed potatoes which should be ready for harvest late September or early October

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