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Old September 25, 2019   #796
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Old October 9, 2019   #797
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Last large tomatoes for this year.

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2020 plantings. Dear Folks, This may be too early for most, but late December 2019 is the time to start if one wants to get an early crop in the garden to beat the 2020 heat in Austin, Texas. Using commercially-sold soil-less mix in cups that hold three-and-a-half ounces. Burned small holes in the bottoms of the cups with red-hot nail. Three seeds per cup. Front row is hardy rootstock. Everything is under LED and over heat mat. Here's hoping for good germination.
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