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Old March 15, 2017   #1
BettaPonic
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These are those weird Tomatoes that cannot produce ripe fruit. I get ripe fruits from a few other varieties, only these have this problem. I planted these from seeds for a few generations, then the fruit stopped working. I took a cutting and then an air layer. I propagate them by airlayering now. I grow them in Coco Coir and air pruning pots.
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Big Tomato Fan, mostly grow Tomatoes from cuttings, all Tomatoes are grown in Coco Coir/Grow stone. I love Air Pruning.
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