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Old October 3, 2020   #3
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I think the Almas didn't get enough sun as I had them in containers sitting on the pallets with the tomatoes. That whole bed was entirely too shady and it cut tomato production back too. So I'll try them again next spring along with something else.

I've got a new spot planned for them next spring. Full morning sun but a bit of shade maybe 1:00-3:00 or so and then fun sun again. Trying to find that sweet spot after all day full sun really cooked them Spring '19!
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