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Old July 22, 2017   #32
RayR
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Originally Posted by Hntrss View Post
But , Long Island has way more mild winters than upstate. We can get good cold snaps, there is always hope
I missed that part about you living on Long Island.
You're right, that's a very different climate from what we have upstate.
So you can have Fusarium or Verticillium and you could have RKN.

Read this from Cornell: Growing Tomatoes in the Long Island Garden
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