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Old October 6, 2019   #2
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: MN Zone4b
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That seems fairly normal for my experience here in Minnesota. Tomatillos are always later than the tomatoes, so they don't fill out the husks until later in the season. This year many of them are later than usual because we've had very rainy, cloudy weather most of the summer. If you don't get frost too early, you may still wind up with a good crop.
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