joed2323
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good thing your dog doesnt like munching on tomatoes, does your dog know better not to hop over that little fence and pee on your pride?

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gixxerific
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joed2323 wrote:good thing your dog doesnt like munching on tomatoes, does your dog know better not to hop over that little fence and pee on your pride?
Yes she knows better. She is well trained. :D

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Aug 5th
[img]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC06057-1.jpg[/img]

Aug 7th
[img]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC06058.jpg[/img]

Oh yeah and a vid from a little bit ago
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xYNy-wmH6g&feature=youtu.be

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Well it's that time of year again. Things are winding down time to think about cleaning up the garden and get ready for next year. Take a look at my vid what do you think should I hang on a bit more or just say screw it and take it down? Sorry the quality is bad again for some reason. I need some help here I don't want to end it but I truly think it might be time. Although We have at least another month left. If like last year maybe 2 month's. So it is a gamble. I just want some second opinions so I can blame it on you instead of myself. ;D ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1j6n5YXn8E&feature=youtu.be

What is left of the other garden.
[img]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC06136.jpg[/img]
Spudatula and Spudyellow Strawberry
[img]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC06137.jpg[/img]
Baby Big Cheef
[img]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC06138.jpg[/img]
Not so baby Big Cheef this one will come in this winter to ripen the fruit that are on it.
[img]http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/jj185/gixxerific/Gardening/DSC06139.jpg[/img]

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It aint much but....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vH1P8UNVoHY&feature=youtu.be

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Still kickin here on Oct 23 I harvested these today. Top left Virginia Sweets, Amerkikanac, bottom Kleopatra.
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Looks good, gixx.

I wish my remaining maters would come off the vine looking so good. It seems like nearly everything I've been taking recently is incredibly cracked, has spots all over, or (in the case of the Romas and San Marzanos) the top 1/4 or so have brown/black splotches and don't want to ripen fully. My Valencias come off the vine looking the best of them all.

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Nice! Enough for a spaghetti dinner and some lovely tomato sandwiches. :D

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