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Old March 16, 2017   #1
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Default almost 10 feet better boy tomato plant

9.7 feet better boy tomato plant. I took this last picture because i am afraid yellow curled leaf virus will kill it. (I hope not).
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Old March 16, 2017   #2
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I would clone the top before it croaks.
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9.7 feet better boy tomato plant. I took this last picture because i am afraid yellow curled leaf virus will kill it. (I hope not).
Where did you get the magic beans? hope you don't have to get a bigger ladder! . Great job cO! . Jimbo .
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Very cool. I would like to grow one that tall.

My tallest tomato plants grew to 8 feet. I could just barely touch the top. The tomatoes were at 6 feet and lower.
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Here is a small Cherokee Purple from last year.....
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Here is a small Cherokee Purple from last year.....
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Very cool. I would like to grow one that tall.

My tallest tomato plants grew to 8 feet. I could just barely touch the top. The tomatoes were at 6 feet and lower.
Try Better Boy^^
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I hope so because carrying that ladder almost hurt my lower back
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I would clone the top before it croaks.
Thanks for the advice
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I had some 4th of july hybrids in the house that got distressed and I had to clone them.
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