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Old August 11, 2018   #16
Salsacharley
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Here's a shot of 6X4-2-3A-OP on the left, and 6X5-2-OP on the right. They are all sweet and tasty.
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Old August 11, 2018   #17
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Thanks for the photos, Salsacharley!
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Old August 11, 2018   #18
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I grew E-33 and 6x20 and 6x4.

6x20 looked exactly like E-33. I grew 6 plants of each so not a mix up on my part.

They all performed well for me. I wish I had received the true 6x20.

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