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Old February 1, 2017   #1
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harvest time! after a tough rainy season full of diseases and insects
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Old February 1, 2017   #2
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Those look really nice. I miss good tasting tomatoes.
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Bravo!
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Old February 1, 2017   #4
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Nice harvest.
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Wish I could slice one of them up at our table today. I'm 6 months away from homegrown tomatoes.
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No, not bad at all, I'd say! I am jealous. I just sowed my seed 30 minutes ago. I have a while to wait.
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Old February 1, 2017   #7
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Thank you all
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That is a lovely garden and productive too. You are doing a very nice job. Your tomatoes must be the envy of the neighborhood.
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Old February 2, 2017   #9
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well done, they look great.
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Old February 2, 2017   #10
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Very nice. Cute dog, too. Thanks for sharing your pix. I especially enjoy seeing them because it has been incredibly gloomy here for the last several weeks.
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Old February 2, 2017   #11
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The best part is you still have lots of tomatoes on the vine! You have a steady harvest over the next few weeks.
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Old February 3, 2017   #12
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the advantage of indeterminate plants is you can have a steady harvest but requires lots of pruning and support. have a nice day everyone and i hope winter go fast for you.
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Old February 3, 2017   #13
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Very nice, I too had to fight off disease and pests vigorously thus far, way to keep at it as at times it can be deflating.
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Thanks for the pictures, what variety of banana is that behind the tomatoes?
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Old February 8, 2017   #15
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[QUOTE=Bio-Ag-Guy;616882]Thanks for the pictures, what variety of banana is that behind the tomatoes?[/QUOTE
i will ask my wife. the banana trees are hers. the only thing i know they are rather small fruit. i am not banana expert here lol
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