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Old July 23, 2017   #22
Worth1
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Originally Posted by JRinPA View Post
I threw all 5 of the purple tomatillo seeds (swap seeds) into a pot and kept it watered...only one caught. I did the same with big beef seeds at the same time and only 3/10 sprouted. So, I guess that was not a great way to start seeds, even in nice June warmth.

No problem, I just want to see what they are, I figured, and put that tomatillo in the ground a couple weeks back. It took right off.

Now, I just read that two tomatillo plants are needed for pollination... Question, is that true here in the US or is that only for Mexico?

If true this info should be added to that Basic info sticky.
http://tomatoville.com/showthread.php?t=22347
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