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Old September 25, 2017   #151
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Growing in containers is tricky compared to other ways, in terms of taste mostly. I know I had huge swings of taste, especially in the first years, but still have now to a certain degree. pH needs to be in the right place, micronutrients need to be there, hot growing medium can cause poor nutrition, etc.
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Old January 11, 2018   #152
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Chapman and Pritchard were both new to me and I will grow again. Pritchard was late. I got my first one on September 1. I also received Wow in a trade and loved them, but not available from Fedco any longer. Another new one that I love is Russian Rose. Sugary is a grape tomato that I had not grown before and I am growing again.
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