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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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3379Could be wind but you guys are warmer than here.. a good sunny day brings them oTheJackofHearts-12/4/2020
3378Crazy gai lan. I just visited that portion of the garden for the first time in wLoneClone-12/4/2020
3377for the Winter planting blues.. I overcome it with skiing mind you :) and lots oTheJackofHearts-12/4/2020
3376pretty sure we've chatted under all those names :)TheJackofHearts-11/10/2020
3375I remember all those aliases.LoneClone-11/9/2020
3373Glad you landed on your feet on your own ground! Did you used to be Black Swan?LoneClone-11/9/2020
3372I also get my compressed bales of pot mix there with the MicrorizaeTheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3371Hi Bernie, Thank you! "I buy my "Black Cow" and peat moss, frorobert b furman-11/8/2020
3370Home depot out our way has good sized bags :) It is like tiny gravel. like limTheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3369I've been told that before, but do not know of a source. Do you buy it anywhrobert b furman-11/8/2020
3368Life is good bernie , life is good! You need to embrace it.. :) In the end thTheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3367Hi Bernie, I wrapped up my canning season yesterday. Made bigger than single barobert b furman111/8/2020
3366Well life through me a curve this year but positive for next year.. place of my TheJackofHearts111/8/2020
3365I'll vertainly give it a shot. I am over-wintering some sprouting brocolli LoneClone-11/8/2020
3364Not as tough as it seems.. the frozen top 3-4 inches broke off in plates.. some TheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3363So it came up? Pick, that is tough planting! Garlic is hardy! I gothe longhorn-11/8/2020
3362Have 117 tomatoes just about red enough to go to work Green ones are good for TheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3361I planted last year even with ground partially frozen LOL.. pic axe.. ground wasTheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3360I would try as the plant dies back irrespective of pods being not yet brown..TheJackofHearts-11/8/2020
3359My dad had a friend who hunted.. so we occasionally had venison stakes.. yes theTheJackofHearts-11/4/2020
3358Hi Bernie, Right I want the land to be supportive of wildlife during the hard trobert b furman-11/3/2020
3357Oh and the Daikon radishes are really just like huge icicle radishes :)TheJackofHearts-11/3/2020
3356So now I am not sure.. in summer you were using the radishes as deer bane ? I thTheJackofHearts-11/3/2020
3355Hi Bernie, I planted radishes last year for my food plots. Never saw a deer inrobert b furman-11/3/2020
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