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Old November 22, 2020   #43
greenthumbomaha
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Fusion, easy maybe but I do love the hearts. I do promise to myself to be faithful to Number 2, fertilize when needed and not when convenient, done. Perhaps bacterial speck joined the party from my one annual splurge of a random Bonnie Plants hybrid from Lowes, but I did have leaf diseases prior to speck's arrival. About two weeks after planting, bam there it was on that one plant. Since then it has popped up randomly (and thankfully inconsistently0in random plantings in other rows.

I've already planted garlic in this space for year 3 rotation. Thank you for taking the time to lay out a plan for future tomato growing in this area. The rotation combined with your tips should turn the area into a cleaner growing space again.

- Lisa
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