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Gardening and Especially Tomato Growing
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A lot of people, me included, are in to gardening. I'm really interested in tomatoes, as well as trees, flowers, shrubs, vegetables, you name it. Anyone else interested in a thread like this?

How about naming you favorite tomatoes? I'm partial to stupice for reliability and green grape for sweetness, flavor, and relative earliness. Besides those two, this year I'm trying Sasha's Altai, Galina, Ida Gold, German Gold, Garden Lime, Green Zebra, Imur Prior Beta, Ropreco Paste, and Purple Smudge.
And tell us your tricks. What do you use for fertilizer?

Hope to hear from you,

Tomato (what a coincidence!)
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3090They keep modifying plants for storage, space concerns , unnatural environments.The Black Swan312/23/2019
3089A new tomato ideal for urban gardens and even outer space cshl.eduJulius Wong-12/23/2019
3088ROTFLMAO.. That is a great anecdote.. actually I drop them about 4 klics away The Black Swan-11/20/2019
3087Catch and release eh?! I can imagine a couple of groundhogs discussing your gathe longhorn-11/20/2019
3086For me it's groundhogs and rabbits for leafy stuff and young plants.. I needThe Black Swan-11/20/2019
3085Dan called me on the phone. He was driving his car. Very sharp response. Bobrobert b furman-11/20/2019
3084I emailed them and they replied within an hour !.. a good sign.. Waiting to hearThe Black Swan-11/20/2019
3083I think Bob had planned to plant a lot. Yep, that's a's 500! the longhorn-11/20/2019
3082I get the caucasian types from Romanian Red, Georgian Fire. The clothe longhorn-11/20/2019
3081Allicin's called me and will get in the mail today. one half music and 1/2 srobert b furman-11/20/2019
30801500 is a lot.. I did about 500 which is a lot :)) That Allicins link is intereThe Black Swan-11/20/2019
3079Actually Johnny's had the music...25 lb lot. Allicin's had a mix of sethe longhorn-11/20/2019
3078Hi lh, I called allicins and left a message. That was where you found the musicrobert b furman-11/20/2019
3077Howdy Bob, If you are looking for garlic seed, Allicins (!/Buthe longhorn-11/19/2019
3076The idea of putting out a huge block that would last a while would make sense buShoot1st-11/19/2019
3075We use these protein blocks in the cattle business. You can get a protein blockthe longhorn-11/19/2019
3074I saw a 48" 3 pt tiller that asks for less than 20 HP and it is a Cat 1. NoShoot1st-11/19/2019
3073Hi, I think you are right in avoiding a plow. I think Bob's suggestion on tthe longhorn-11/19/2019
3072"""""I tend to keep things for catastrophe..not just foShoot1st-11/19/2019
3071Sorry Bob,, You still have the grocery store option .. (I would not go whole hogThe Black Swan-11/19/2019
3070Hi Bernie, Thanks for that number. They are out of all garlic. Bobrobert b furman-11/19/2019
3069Well grocery store actually works OK but not as reliable.. but go for the loose The Black Swan-11/19/2019
3068Hi Black Swan, My source of garlic ran out. Ground still not frozen. Any iderobert b furman-11/19/2019
3067I have to say that has been my tilling experience also.. I do till in a LOT of lThe Black Swan111/19/2019
3066gotta have a hobby you know. ROTFLMAO.. cheap or free (even better as Bob FurmaThe Black Swan-11/19/2019
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