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Old July 13, 2010   #2
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Location: Gaithersburg, MD
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Great to hear of your success. It is closing in on our event and I am guessing that conditions will be good for having many tomatoes just perfect for MAGTAG.

So far I have three large toms that are ripe and Sungold and a Black Cherry and a mess of MORX growout types that even include some green-when-ripe. They should make for a great tasting.

Rob Kasper got a Kellogg's Breakfast plant from me earlier in the season and some other types. He said that he was trying to convince some folks from his community garden to attend the event.

I grew a bunch of extra stuff without cages but I fear that sitting on the ground will reduce their longevity and we may not see those for MAGTAG.

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