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Old December 7, 2017   #31
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Zipcode, did you see post #8 for examples where this isn't so? Also add Hardin's Miniature to that list, a tiny determinate-growth plant that never stops producing.

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Old January 9, 2018   #32
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Originally Posted by Nan_PA_6b View Post
So both Roma and SM are long-bearing? I'll update my list.

For clarity, one is det (roma) and the SM is indeterminate. Given the odd growing season, they performed exactly alike. Both ripened at the same time, both loaded with an unbeleivable amount of fruit. NOT what I was planning. Expected roma to ripen and get pulled and then have sm last thru out the summer into fall. Just didnt happen that way, due to the weather IMO.
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