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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2687Just one of many Chinese bitter melons. Bumper crop in all melons.. Potatos thouThe Black Swan-August 7
2686OK .. put the nitrile coated gloves on and squished maybe a thousand potato beetThe Black Swan-June 19
2685Potato beetle larvae question.. If knocked off can they find their way back.. The Black Swan-June 18
2684These guys ship to US and seem to have a good selection. They say it will grow iSun Tzu1May 30
2683It will be difficult to grow them in the US, unless you are on the northern rimsSun Tzu1May 30
2682These berries are incredible and I think they ship to the States. haskapcentralJames Seagrove-May 30
2681I have a few of these coming to try out in my large urban plot.. looking for somThe Black Swan1March 7
2680I am trying some Truffle inoculated hazelnut trees this spring.. Dual crop.. andThe Black Swan1March 6
2679I planted some white bitter melon (foo gwa) seedlings this summer, but only manaZeddie88111/7/2017
2678don't go throwing anything out until you hear from jack or somebody else ...abuelita-9/5/2017
2677Oh my goodness...NO!Zeddie88-9/5/2017
2676i would say they are probably aphids. my experience has been that once infectedabuelita-9/5/2017
2675I need some advice. I have some houseplants and herbs growing on a sunny windowsZeddie88-9/5/2017
2674Many will find this weird but it works: Corn gluten. Provides plenty of nitrogeRon-8/10/2017
2673From my go-to reference on "organic" gardening: Fertilize twice a yeS. maltophilia-8/10/2017
2672Hi, everyone, I'm happy to see that there are still a few of us who have thdaffodil-8/9/2017
2671i know what you mean about thinning- i don't do it either and my lettuce bunabuelita-8/3/2017
2670I'll get some pics of the ones from seeds... and the leeks.. Actually I haveThe Black Swan-8/3/2017
2669i've never had much success with sets, but have not tried seeds. they are jabuelita-8/3/2017
2668OK Onions ..... I am growing them for the first time... also leeks.. Leeks frThe Black Swan-8/2/2017
2667Actually my kale.. Lettuce. Beets etc are OUTSTANDING .. always bet against weaThe Black Swan-7/23/2017
2666I understand about the weather. My sweet potatoes are pathetic (and that's pZeddie88-7/23/2017
2665i saw you - i waved back. [graphic]abuelita-7/22/2017
2664happiness is friends who have gardens ..... and sailboats! :)abuelita17/22/2017
2663Yes that's it. In this climate it slowly spreads. I used it as a ground coveRon-7/22/2017
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