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Old December 29, 2013   #17
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The other thing that I think is important to mention, is that the two plants that were highly attractive to bumblebees set fruit abundantly. (I called them the two best tomatoes in my garden this year.) I am speculating that they got pollinated more completely.

If increased attention from pollinators could lead to better fruiting then I'd gladly accept the uncertainty of not knowing who's the daddy.
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