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Old July 12, 2012   #4
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After living in south central Iowa for more than 30 years, we retired to southeast Nebraska, the middle of the Mid-West Tomato Fest country. I know the soil and climate for the general area of the Quad Cities and you should have no problem with any of the varieties anyone here talks about.

Mostly what you have to do is watch out so that when you transplant your tomato seedlings that your head is not directly above the plant, otherwise you may get a tomato plant bonking you on the noggin on its way up.

Where we live now there is enough delay I can stand back.
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