Our shade house project got a much-needed break that we didn't even know we needed. Our tomato plants were thriving and blooming, with precious few tomatoes produced. With research, we discovered that the cool, prolonged spring weather in Arkansas this year slowed the plant growth, then the summer heat and higher night-time temperatures were not conducive to fruit-setting. Good fortune--a break in the summer weather gave us an extended period of lows in the 50's and highs in the low 80's, perfect for the tomatoes! I will post photos of the project soon.