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Old March 30, 2018   #1
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Default Starting to set a some early tomatoes

Some of the Early Doll tomatoes I planted out are starting to set tomatoes. I see a BLT in my future!!! Also a couple pics inside the greenhouse a flat of Better Boy's and some other assorted...Cherokee Purple, Rutgers, Big Beef and others. 2 more weeks until our average last frost date, so many tomatoes and so little time and space. Keeping my fingers crossed and pouring over the extended weather forecast daily and sometimes hourly.

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Old March 30, 2018   #2
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Rick, you got a nice looking "family" there! I just seeded yesterday.

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Old March 31, 2018   #3
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Wow, ricman...nice setup/layout you got there!

My first ones go in the ground this weekend. I've been chomping at the bit for 2 weeks, but we've had some rough storms and an aggravating light frost or two. But, the time has FINALLY come!


~Jon~ Downheah, Mississippi
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Old April 6, 2018   #4
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Good luck Ricman........I'm in North Texas.Looks like we have a freeze warning.My maters,celebrity's and cherry's,and peppers are covered.If the freeze happens I'm gonna lose my squash and cucumbers,oh well just drop some more seed.My broccoli,beets,lettuce and spinach should be hardy enough to survive.

Again Good Luck
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