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Old May 15, 2015   #196
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Default Up and Running!

Hi All!
Planted my first Earthtainers with Transplants in early April and they are off to a great start! The small plants are those I grew from Seed this year!
Looks like the Super Sweet 100 are already forming nice fruit and the
Yellow Pear, Sun Gold, Better Boy, and Mr. Stripley are putting out nice blossoms.

I'm gardening in Northern California and our weathers been in the 80's in Feb, back to 60's and 70s in March and April, and now 60's again with chilly nights. Hoping for a bit of rain and some "normal" weather!

Looking forward to seeing and sharing more pics!
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Old May 15, 2015   #197
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Default First blush of the spring...

I plant Super Sweet 100 because I can always depend on it to show me some red less than 60 days after I start getting things outside. This was planted March 17th...

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Old May 17, 2015   #198
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Old May 18, 2015   #199
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Ahhh darn bugs. I hate it when that happens.
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Old May 18, 2015   #200
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Enjoying! Everyone's tomato plants.
Nice and healthy.
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Old May 19, 2015   #201
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I've gotten a few cherry tomatoes so far but these are my first full sizers to start blushing. Carmello on the left and Cherokee Purple on the right. The CP and the largest Carmello are about 3.5 inches across.
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Old May 19, 2015   #202
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Old May 23, 2015   #203
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Here are Sleeping Beauty and Article Rose.






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Old May 23, 2015   #204
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Crazybean, those tomatoeslook like they are going to be delicious!
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Old May 26, 2015   #205
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Default My first go with DWC hydroponic tomato plant

A few pictures to show results of effort started a few days before April 6th, 2015.

The picture of me standing next to the plant was taken yesterday!

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Old May 29, 2015   #206
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My first ripening Cuostralee 'maters!

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Old May 30, 2015   #207
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Old June 1, 2015   #208
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Wet May gardening in the swamp.
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Old June 1, 2015   #209
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Nice Tim.
Super heavy duty setup.
What kind of Tomatoes are those?
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Nice Tim.
Super heavy duty setup.
What kind of Tomatoes are those?
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Thanks Frank!
This row is mostly Better Boys and Parks Whoppers.
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