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Old August 5, 2010   #1
freelancer79d
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Default Tomatillos Alive!!!

After much doubt if my tomatillos would fruit, I tried the advice of a board member and sprayed the plants with some miracle grow and now i have 15 fruit that have set.
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Old August 5, 2010   #2
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I grew two tomatillo plants this year for the first time. They fruited heavily but the fruit was no bigger than a ping pong ball. Mine were not even worth the garden space. Not sure if I will try them again. Probobly not. We bought 3 lbs of them at the store for around $6 and put up some great tomatillo salsa.
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Old October 5, 2010   #3
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Over 7 lbs of Tomatillos this year! Still not going to grow next year.... they took over the garden.... well the seeds will be offered up on the trade board in just a bit.
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