melissabeth2010
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Hi all

Yes I agree whith Jhony123 that tempriture will kill any tomato that is in the ground. I have never even tryed to plant until the temps get to be in the 50's at night all the time. I don't know if even covering the plants would be enough. by :wink:

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gixxerific
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wordwiz wrote:
digitS' wrote: Blackening . . . looks like a big dog came thru and peed on them :shock: !


Steve
Steve,

That would have been one huge dog! The plants were on a shelf that is 4.5' tall!

Mike
Was it this dog?

https://www.union.k12.ms.us/myrtle/quick%20links/fourth%20web%20pages/WebsiteBradyH/gibson-worlds-Biggest-dog-bah.jpg

[img]https://www.union.k12.ms.us/myrtle/quick%20links/fourth%20web%20pages/WebsiteBradyH/gibson-worlds-Biggest-dog-bah.jpg[/img]

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digitS'
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I am sure it was, Gix'!

Those spots! They are a dead give-away!

Steve
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