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Saltydog
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Things they are'a growin!

This is me an my wife's 5th spring season and the best we have done by far. On the right is razz berries, 6ft cheery tomatoes in a barrel top, strawberrys, kale, spinach under cloth and brandywines at the end, grapes and more bramdywines on the left. the greenhouse I planted early and has bin producing great cucumbers, tomatoes are doing good and just planted more jolipenos, bells and eggplants. And sprouting seeds constantly. I have a fan at the top on a timer blowing hot air out and an intake at the front bottom to keep fresh air running through, everything runs on 2 100w solar panels and a 145ah battery in the tote. :mrgreen: thanks for Lookin an stay gold!
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Re: Things they are'a growin!

Looks great! :D
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Re: Things they are'a growin!

I haven't heard anyone say "stay gold" in decades. Neat!

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Re: Things they are'a growin!

how tall duties Beefmaster potatoes grow anyways? And when do they flower?
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Re: Things they are'a growin!

that would be beef master tomatoes, not potatoes! Lol

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https://bonnieplants.com/product/beefmaster-tomato/ wrote:Beefmaster Tomato
3.83 out of 5based on 6customer ratings (6 customer reviews)
Fruit size: 18 to 32 oz
Matures: 80 days after planting
Spacing: 36 inches apart
Plant size: 8 to 10 feet
Plant type: Indeterminate
An improved hybrid, this huge red beefsteak produces large, meaty, classic beefsteak-type tomatoes on indeterminate vines until frost. Fruit is tolerant of cracking. Great for sandwiches and big, fat slices. Flavor is mild and sweet. Grow it in a tall cage or tie to a stake for support.

Resistant to verticillium wilt (V), fusarium wilt (F), and nematodes (N).
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