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lakngulf
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The early tomatoes were pretty good, some better than others. Now with the hot temps and more mature plants, the crops are looking better.

Most of these are Better Boy. I have to pick them early to beat the squirrells to them

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This is a hodge podge of variety ready to be cut up and put in the freezer. Tomato Red is just a pretty color to me

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I can't wait for these Brandywine to be ready.

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Nutin as good as a kitchen sink mater sammich

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Beautiful!

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luvthesnapper
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Nice baskets. I gotta my act together. I use grocery store plastic bags to bring stuff inside. Boo!

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Awesome after last year good to see things going good for you.

Looks lovely.[/list]

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gixxerific wrote:Awesome after last year good to see things going good for you.

Looks lovely.[/list]
Well, not all the plants survived this year, but more than enough have, and are doing pretty good. Hard to judge the watering in this brutal heat we are having.
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lakngulf wrote:
gixxerific wrote:Awesome after last year good to see things going good for you.

Looks lovely.[/list]
Well, not all the plants survived this year, but more than enough have, and are doing pretty good. Hard to judge the watering in this brutal heat we are having.
Yes I remember your post earlier this season. But you have some going good and that is all that matters. I lost about 16 plants right off the start. I know what it is like.

And yes trying to find happy medium of watering in this heat is not an easy task. I'm doing everything I can to try and save mine hoping for a reprieve of this heat one of these day's.

Good luck bro

Dono

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