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lakngulf
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Re: Tomato Production

My tomatoes are coming in strong and looking good. I planted several Amos Coli this year, and they are doing great.


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Pear shaped tomato that makes a perfect "kitchen sink tomato sandwich"
Nutin as good as a kitchen sink mater sammich

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Re: Tomato Production

We like Rutger here! Very tasty, but they are determinate IME.

We had Valencia two days in a row!
Lots of cherries, the Cherokee Purple are still getting large, no one close to ripening yet. We did get the first off Eva Purple Ball, and they were delish!
Lindsay
Upstate, SC
USDA Zone 7b/ Sunset Zone 31

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Re: Tomato Production

"We like Rutger here! Very tasty, but they are determinate IME. " Yeah, I said that.

I've been eating my Husker red cherry tomatoes for awhile now. Only had one of the regular tomatoes ripen so far and that was a Park's original, which is smallish.
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Re: Tomato Production

"We like Rutger here! Very tasty, but they are determinate IME. " Yeah, I said that.


Excuuuuuuuuuse ME! :roll: Distracted reading I guess.
Lindsay
Upstate, SC
USDA Zone 7b/ Sunset Zone 31

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