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Old July 16, 2019   #1
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Default Garden looking good

Second year with my system and starting my own plants.


My start at end of May.


July 15th


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Old July 16, 2019   #2
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That's great news, but we want pics.
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Old July 16, 2019   #3
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Can't see the 3 pics?
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Old July 17, 2019   #4
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I can see the pics, cool set-up! Both the peppers and toms look very healthy, what varieties are they?
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Old July 17, 2019   #5
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Front row has 2- Better Boys and 1- Damsel. Close up is the Better Boy. Peppers are King Arthur and Ace and also growing one Sweet Chocolate plant.
Other toms being grown are Chocolate Cherry, Red Grape, Crimson Sprinter and Sun Sugar.
Have cucumbers, squash and zucchini growing on the cattle panels in back rows.

The 2 Earthboxes had a few snow peas and in the EB Jr I have a few bunching onions.
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I can't see the pics either...
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Old July 17, 2019   #7
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Here are the links to the pics.

http://tomatoville.com/picture.php?a...pictureid=3205
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Hmmmm... just a black screen...
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Everything looks great!
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Good looking garden.
Vertical is where its at.
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Old July 17, 2019   #12
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Looks Great!! I was able to see all the pictures.

That Better Boy plant is sure loaded. Have you grown it before? I'm going to look that one up.

For you all that are growing outside up a string, do you have a lot of wind where you live?

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For you all that are growing outside up a string, do you have a lot of wind where you live?
Yes. Ocean front in Mass.
Hurricane ( well hurricane leftover 60mph) few years ago set the beans back, but didn't affect the tomatoes that I could tell.
That was a weird one, breeze started in the morning and got steadily stronger all day long.
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Looks very nice.
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Old July 18, 2019   #15
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I have not grown the Better Boys before. Actually this is the first time growing all the varieties I have. I've grown slimular types though.
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