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Old September 23, 2020   #31
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Maybe you should try it again because many people seem to love it. It is early, will grow in a tomato cage, and the red hearts are big, beautiful and tasty. The only disappointment here was that it set a zillion flowers and then the weather got really hot and it dropped most of them. It IS determinate and I didn't mind too much when it stopped growing because it gave me a lot of great tomatoes, and I pulled it out to make more room in the row.

I gave all my plants a good dose of composted chicken manure at planting time.

Linda
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