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Old July 2, 2018   #1
PdxMatos
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Default Just bragging

I've been growing five varities this year. In order they are:
Grafted San Marzano.
Grafted Brandywine.
BigBeef.
Sungold.
Matt's wild cherry.
Those cages are five feet high, except for the Matt's wild cherry. It overran the top of it's cage so I stacked another one on top.
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Old July 2, 2018   #2
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Looking great!



Be sure to post some pictures when the fruit ripens.



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Old July 2, 2018   #3
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Those plants are bragworthy.
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Old July 2, 2018   #4
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Yes, wonderful!
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Old July 3, 2018   #5
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just... beautiful
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Great looking plants!! Looks like not a spec of fungal issues, which has to be great!
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Old July 3, 2018   #7
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There actually was a bit on the Brandywine. I cutoff some of the lower leaves to prevent it from spreading. That's why it looks thinner at the bottom than the others.
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Well, those beautiful plants do indeed look brag worthy. So have at it and pat yourself on the back while your at it.
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