Prewar two-bedroom, two-bath loft condo, 2,269 square feet, with open kitchen with granite countertops and cherry-wood cabinets, 13½-foot ceilings, central AC and N/W exposures with garden views; building features doorman, garage, roof deck and playroom. Common charges $988, taxes $892. Asking price $2,300,000, on market two months. Broker: Linda Gertler, The Corcoran Group
Alcove studio co-op, 620 square feet, with dining foyer, renovated open kitchen, new bath, California closets and new hardwood floors; building features doorman, garage and roof deck. Maintenance $705, 55 percent tax-deductible. Asking price $485,000, on market 21 weeks. Broker: Elaine Mayers, Citi Habitats
One-bedroom, 1½-bath condo, 805 square feet, with Poggenpohl kitchen and terrace with Central Park views; building features doorman, gym, pool and business center. Common charges $649, taxes $668. Asking price $898,000, on market 28 weeks. Brokers: Stephen Yoon and Maggie Ocampo, Time Equities
Studio co-op, 450 square feet, with through-the-wall AC, separate kitchen and S/E exposures; building features garage, patio, laundry and storage. Maintenance $652, 51 percent tax-deductible. Asking price $329,000, on market 21 weeks. Brokers: Wendy Jodel and Marvin Vipler, Citi Habitats
One-bedroom, one-bath corner co-op, 734 square feet, with dining area and five closets. Maintenance $715, 33 percent tax-deductible. Asking price $299,000, on market one month. Broker: Jordan Glickstein, Brooklyn Heights Real Estate
One-bedroom, one-bath condo, 689 square feet, with eat-in kitchen; building features parking, gym and laundry. Common charges $350, taxes $319. Asking price $261,120, on market three months. Broker: Carollo Real Estate
One-bedroom, one-bath co-op, 900 square feet, with renovated kitchen, renovated bath, dining area and Hudson River views; building features doorman, gym and playground. Maintenance $775, 33 percent tax-deductible. Asking price $295,000, on market one week. Broker: Pamela Trebach, Trebach Realty
Four-bedroom, 2½-bath Dutch Colonial, 2,190 square feet, with living room with fireplace, den, formal dining room, breakfast room, washer/dryer, dishwasher, basement and garage. Asking price $799,000, on market nine months. Brokers: Douglas Leone, Claire D. Leone Associates and Louise Oshatz, Houlihan Lawrence
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Mineral fertilizers like 5-10-10 or 10-10-10 can b1 broadcast and mixed into the soil just prior to planting, at rates indicated by soil tests. Do not exceed 4 pounds of 5-10-10 or 1 and 1/2 pounds of 10-10-10 fertilizer, or equivalent amounts of another fertilizer, per 100 square feet.
When planting out in the garden, space seedlings to give five to six square feet per plant. For example, two feet apart in rows three feet wide if tomato cages are to be used. Plants which will be staked and pruned can be planted closer, while those to be grown flat on the ground require more room. Set transplants two to four inches deep. Excessively elongated stems can be partially buried horizontally at this depth. Liquid fertilizer starter solutions reduce transplant stress.
Supporting vines on stakes or twine trellises and pruning, allows closer spacing and improves air circulation, thereby reducing vine diseases, and makes cultivation easier. Such pruning may reduce the total yield somewhat but gives larger fruit. With these methods, the supports can be five to eight feet high. The plants can be pruned to one or two main stems by saving a strong lower lateral (side) bud to make the second stem and pinching out the other lateral buds as the stems grow. Stems should be tied to the supports.
Wire tomato cages may be used as an alternative to staking or flat ground culture. Indeterminate varieties can fill a cage 18 to 24 inches in diameter and five feet high. Caged plants need not be pruned. For early plantings, transparent plastic can be wrapped around the cages to protect against cold winds. Be sure to open the top on sunny days. High temperatures within a closed cage can kill the plant.
Tomatoes need about one inch of water per week. If rain is insufficient, soak thoroughly at weekly intervals. Irregular watering may cause blossom end rot or fruit splitting. Light sandy soils may require mid-season fertilization, especially after long periods of rain. One or two side dressings of one to two pounds of 5-10-10 or half as much of 10-10-10 (or equivalent amounts of other fertilizers) per 100 square feet can be applied after the first fruit clusters are formed. Apply three to four inches away from the stems and water the fertilizer into the soil.
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