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Old January 11, 2018   #45
pmcgrady
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Originally Posted by Black Krim View Post
I commend your effort. My question was poorly worded. I meant, why succession planting? If Im understanding that this is sucession planting......
Succession planting is not putting all your eggs in the same basket... If I would have planted all 5 rows when I did the first one, all rows would probably have EB. Each row ripened at different times ( there were many other varieties I planted) which stretched out the season and I wasn't swamped with too many tomatoes at one time. I had ripe tomatoes till the first frost.
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